King King’s founding member and bass player Lindsay Coulson has announced he’s leaving King King after the bands forthcoming UK tour.

Lindsay Coulson: “After 10 years of continued success with the band and everything the future now holds for them, I have made the difficult decision to depart from the group to concentrate on family and other personal endeavours.  I wish the rest of the guys continued success and thank everyone involved with the band and all the fans and followers all the very best for the future.  Looking forward to seeing everyone at the UK shows for one last time”

King King main man Alan Nimmo commented “Obviously Lindsay is family and always will be. I know it’s a decision he has not made lightly, and we wish him all the best.”

The band’s new bass player will be announced at the Glasgow show on February 17. 

KING KING – JANUARY/ FEBRUARY 2019 UK TOUR

Nottingham, Rock City Thursday 31 January
Birmingham, Town Hall Friday 1 February
Cardiff, Tramshed Saturday 2 February
London, Koko Thursday 7 February
Bournemouth, O2 Old Fire Station Friday 8 February
Brighton, Concorde Saturday 9 February
Norwich, Waterfront Sunday 10 February
Manchester, Academy 2 Friday 15 February
Newcastle, Boiler Shop Saturday 16 February
Glasgow O2 Academy Sunday 17 February

BOOK TICKETS: www.kingking.co.uk/tour www.thegigcartel.com

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