ANGELS OR KINGS – Go Ask the Moon (Nov 4, 2016)

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angels or kingsAngels or Kings return with their infectiously melodic new album Go Ask The Moon, continuing where they left off with an AOR treat for fans of the genre. They were first formed in Manchester in the late 80’s and were well known to those in the UK AOR scene. The band recorded various demos and played shows the length of the country with artists such as Dare and Danger Danger. Although there had been some interest expressed by various record companies, AOK as they were then known, ultimately disbanded unable to secure a deal in a changing musical environment. Three of the original members reformed in 2011, recruited a new vocalist and subsequently began to write songs for what would become their debut album. The album was written over a period of a couple of years with the band managing to attract a good deal of attention along the way. Various radio stations had started to air the demos, one of the songs was entered into a competition and the newly renamed Angels Or Kings subsequently won the chance to open the last ever Firefest in 2014. The album Kings of Nowhere was released to coincide with this high-profile festival appearance. (from Amazon)

  1. No More Faith to Lose
  2. Ancient Fires
  3. No Alibi
  4. The Nights Don’t Count
  5. When the Heart Is Wrong
  6. You Better Pray
  7. Breathe
  8. Waiting for the Thunder
  9. On the Corner of Love and Lost
  10. Heartbreak Railroad Company
  11. Go Ask the Moon

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