Following a busy SXSW and a sold out West Coast tour all before their new album on the way (produced by surf darling Day Wave), Salt Lake City based indie rock quintet Krooked Kings continue to build the rising fervor around them with the reveal of new LP, ‘All Out of Good Days’.
A vibrant indie-pop cut showcasing energetic vocals atop driving guitars, the project is another testament as to why this group are grabbing attention and continue to find themselves on Spotify viral charts round the world.
“We’re just five guys from Utah writing about what we know – hoping it’ll help us figure things out a little more along the way. This album is about the weird time in life between college and the rest of your life and how utterly confusing, depressing, and enjoyable it can be” Krooked Kings
A grass roots band who were raised in the Mormon faith before taking the decision to walk away from the religion and embrace music, Krooked Kings are a unique band with a unique story. They plan to announce a 42 date North American tour as well as international dates shortly following the release of their album.
Having built a reputation as a highly regarded underground band in the US, Krooked Kings have spent the past months in the studio with critically acclaimed artist Day Wave recording their upcoming new album.
Krooked Kings come from humble beginnings. In 2019, a group of five college friends from the University of Utah came together to write music and play shows in backyards and basements.
Over the course of the last few years, the band has proven time and again their ability to write heartfelt indie rock gems. After signing with Los Angeles based indie label Nobody Gets It Records in 2020, the band released their breakout single, “‘96 Subaru”, which has amassed over three million streams.
By September 23, 2021, Krooked Kings released their debut project, The Comedown which saw “Bird Scooter” break out to nearly 5 million streams,. After the release, Krooked Kings hit the road on two support tours with Goth Babe and Rare Americans, as well as a sold out headline run through half of North America, including New York City.