Dutch Kensington back in Prague
Kensington @ Rock Café on November 4th
Four musicians from Utrecht are playing together already for ten years. Their debut album Borders was released in 2010, five years after the band was established. This long period was really important, because the debut album was born mature, with strong opinion, statement and original style. Since than the band was respected and glorified by indie music lovers. The producer of the debut was John Davies who worked with bands like Arctic Monkeys before and it's important to mention him, because he has a lot of credit on this piece. After other delays the second album Voltures was released in 2012. But the prolonged expectation payed off. The sound shifted to more epic melodies and rumors about new rising indie sensation started to spread. Kensington defintely become star after releasing their last album Rivals in 2014 which peaked hit-parades in several countries. The band continued in their way to monumental melodies and music themes bounded with catchy refrains which got stuck in your brain for long time if not forever. This combination had won MTV Music Award to the band and is highly acclaimed by critics and fans.
If you want to hear Dutch indie rock sounding more British than the original one from Britain don't miss Kensington in Rock Café on November 4th! If this text didn't convince you, ask thousands of music enthusiasts visiting festivals like Fingers Up or Sziget in Budapest, they will convince you for sure.
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