London based indie band To Kill A King are set to begin a headline tour of the UK at Plug on 11 January, which coincides with the release of new album Spiritual Dark Age.
Having toured with Bastille, and with comparisons to The National and Frightened Rabbit, the five piece is expected to bring a few new songs to their set list when they play Plug on Thursday. The band will be supported by 20-year-old singer/songwriter Soham De.
To Kill a King’s album Spiritual Dark Age is the result of three years of work for the band, and is set to be released on 12 January. Speaking to thankfolkforthat.com about the album, front man Ralph Pelleymounter said: “the Spiritual Dark Age is the last three years of my life painstakingly distilled into 40 minutes of music, it has ballads for my single friends watching everyone else gradually pair off, and deities and fables getting drunk in bars.”
After playing at Plug, To Kill a King will tour the UK. Doors open at 6pm, tickets can be bought online.