The K.Cs
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The K.Cs


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"The K.Cs at Pulse Festival"

The laid-back air of tranquility was adorned by acoustic 2-piece, The K.Cs if Adele and Damien-rice had a love-child, so would spring the K.Cs.

The acoustic guitar was played at perfect volume so as to add melody and acompaniment to the singer, rather than drown it out (as other bands seemed to be doing today.) Compared to the Main stage, there was a more "gently gently" approach to enthrall and entice the listeners. Both Jake and Gabby's performances were heart-breakingly beautiful, giving the festival a taste of pure talent.

My instant reaction was "WHY aren't these guys world-renowned?!"
then came the proverbial "cherry on top"
"Sometimes i feel like throwing my hands up in the air"

You could physically see the ears prick up at the familiar line sang so perfectly and accuratley whilst retaining a certain personal twist that i can't quite put my finger on. Perhaps it was the breathy velvet voice of Gabby's. Perhaps it was the light guitar that laced the song. Whatever it was, the overall delicate response to this song was amazing and I, for one, preferred it to the original!
Get famous already.

- Scarlett


Still working on that hot first release.



The K.C’s came into existence after meeting whilst on holiday in Spain and becoming really good friends. After instantly realising their song writing partnership had to be, they began expanding their repertoire from there straight away. Drawing inspiration from acts such as Florence and the Machine, Mumford and Sons, Fleet Foxes, Jethro Tull, Bombay Bicycle Club Laura Marling.

Which leads to a mix of ethereal vocals and achingly beautiful guitar work to form an acoustic blend that really pulls that heart strings, a perfect combination of musicianship and soul.

After beginning from humble roots the band are now signed to assorted records and working together they hope to bring their eclectic music and performances to a much wider audience in the future.