Explosive UK garage rockers, Spring King, have announced they’ll be releasing their highly anticipated debut album ‘Tell Me If You Like To’ on June 10 in Australia via Dew Process / UMA.
The LP release will precede the group’s recently announced premiere voyage to Australian shores as part of the Splendour In The Grass festival line-up and their own co-headline tour of sideshows with Philadelphia punks Beach Slang.
The Manchester four-piece consists of drumming/singing/producing machine Tarek Musa, guitarists Pete Darlington and Andrew Morton, as well as bassist James Green, who have already released a string of killer hits from the record, with ‘City’, ‘Who Are You?’ and ‘Rectifier’ leading critics and fans to speculate that Tell Me If You Like To is already locked and loaded to be one of the biggest rock records of 2016.
To coincide with the release, the band has also dropped a brand-new track ‘The Summer’, an ode to their love for The Beach Boys and yet another absolute jam off the record that premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show this week.
After emerging in 2014, the four-piece has spent the last couple of years surfing a tidal wave of hype, thanks to being championed by the likes of big name UK DJs Zane Lowe and Annie Mac, as well as major Australian alt radio stations triple j and FBi. They’ve grown to become favourites of a hefty list of cultural tastemakers, including NME, The Guardian, Stereogum, DIY and The Line of Best Fit internationally, as well the likes of Music Feeds, Hhhhappy, Howl & Echoes, Tone Deaf and The Music here in Oz.