The Autumn Kings took to the stage at The Shelter in Detroit, MI on January 7,2018 and brought some summer heat on this cold winter’s night.
Canadian rockers, The Autumn Kings, performed their first gig of 2018 at The Shelter in Detroit, Mi on Sunday January 7,2018. A set which featured tunes from their debut album Silver Screens mixed in with a few teasers from tracks they are currently laying down in Toronto.
The Kings have a truely unique and current sound which is described by the band’s lead Guitarist Jake Diab as “high-energy rock music infused with bits and pieces of reggae, pop, punk and metal.”
The addition of new drummer Nick Predhomme, is the icing on the cake, that will propel these guys to even greater heights in 2018. He brings an energy to the skins that the entire group and their loyal followers feed off of beat after beat.
“This is the new indie rock band that Canada has been waiting for! Outstanding, unforgettable rock song melodies and lyrics”, says Five-time Juno award winner and Glass Tiger drummer Michael Hanson.
Tonight, they were playing back-up for LA outfit Dorothy, a feat they have done previously for such rockers as Pop Evil, Sublime and Awolnation. With their second LP due out later this year, I’m positive that the Autumn Kings will be carrying the top line in the very near future.
Event Date: 07-Jan-2018