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King Neptune Premieres New Song, More to Come

All Night” is the second single released from alt-rockers, King Neptune. “The song was written on Christmas Eve 2014 after having a few scotches with my father and brother-in-law,” explains vocalist and songwriter Ian Kenny. “I wound up recording a slurry voice memo to my phone at 2 am and remember having that chorus melody stuck in my head for months after that. The tune calls back to over-served summer nights and losing your inhibitions for a bit in a brutal drunken matter of fact kind of way. Sonically, I really wanted to combine my love for 50’s pop music with my love for fuzzy surf rock, and I’m really proud of how this song transformed from voice-memo to record.”

The catchy song is available on Spotify, as is the band’s previous single, “Black Hole.” The single received airplay on KCRW’s The Latest with Jason Kramer.

More new music will be released very soon.

About King Neptune: Formed in 2015, King Neptune is the brainchild of Ian Kenny. The alternative rock band looks to merge 90’s influences with modern twists. With a debut album in the works, the band has been making it’s mark on New York City having been apart of CMJ 2015 and performing with acts such as Born Cages, Rare Futures, From Indian Lakes and more.

 

Follow King Neptune online and on social media:

Twitter: @kingneptuneband
Instagram: @kingneptuneband

Written by Arlene Allen

Hello, my name is Arlene Allen, and I love all things nerd: genre tv and movies, books, loud rock and roll music, kittens, conventions, books, graphic novels and superheroes, RPG and tabletop games, and did I say books? Oh, yes. I spent 25 years as a librarian (nerd) mainly working with youth (creating nerds), a number of years as a teacher (more nerd indoctrination). I have my own spawn, leveled up to 22 and my partner in nerdiness. As a nerdy writer, I have found a home at Talk Nerdy With Us.

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