London-based grunge rockers King Nun have shared the latest cut from their forthcoming album.
‘Golden Age’ follows the release of recent singles ‘Selfish’ and ‘But We Live On The Beach’, all of which are set to feature on anticipated new album ‘Lamb’.
‘Lamb’ will arrive on September 29 via Marshall Records – the label King Nun recently signed to, which is also home to the likes of Nova Twins and Gen and The Degenerates.
Check out the album’s latest track ‘Golden Age’ below.
Describing the meaning of the new track, vocalist Theo Polyzoides has said:
“‘Golden Age is about feeling damned by the normalcy of life around you.”
“It’s about trying to have fun and break away from the mundane too. There is so much about modern life that feels unnatural, or that things could have happened differently, so the humour lightens things up a bit in an anti-defeatist way.”
Along with the new tune, the band has shared details for a run of UK in-store events this fall – details and tickets for which can be found here.