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The FutureKings


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"Rock Beast Magazine"

Hailing from Newquay they kick out rock n roll and hell they are bloody brilliant at it. The moment they strike their instruments the true writing and musical genius shines through. Definitely a band to keep your eye on

- Rock Beast Magazine

"Newquay Voice"

These guys are destined for bigger and better things stand back and let them through
- Newquay Voice

"West Briton."

They play with energy and enthusiasm, they won this reviewer over. Pete (vocals) has the rock star moves down with typical rawkish relish the band backed him up with a tight display of short, punchy tunes and attitude laden posturing

- West Briton.

"Twenty4Seven Magazine."

Very strong, catchy set of songsI find myself singing every daya collection of little gems

- Twenty4Seven Magazine.

"Cornish Guardian."

A stunning set of original songs, with plenty of attitude stardom is beckoning

- Cornish Guardian.


The FutureKings debut album will be out SOON! - Preview all the album tracks now at



The band got together with one thing in mind, to make great music and blow all the others away, Peter and Alex were protégés of the great Jazz Monk (Julian Diggle - The Movies, Supertramp, Joan Armatrading and long time session musician with Supergrass, Oasis and many other bands to pass through the Sawmills studio). The Monk taught them Guitar, Piano and Drums but more importantly what it means to be a musician. They spent many years searching for two worthy swordsmen to fulfill the prophecy, enter Dan and Ross...bringing their own influences to the table (Nirvana, Queen, Eagles of Death Metal, Queens of the Stoneage) the '4 Kings' set about rehearsals locked up in a garage somewhere in the south west of England...after sometime(?) they were ready....

After recording their first demo with producer Pete Briquette (Boomtown Rats, The Frames, Tricky) and Frank Cameli (Razorlight) at the famous Sphere Studios in Battersea, and Miloco Studios in Shoreditch, London. Throughout the winter of 05/06