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The UK art-rock outfit’s brilliant new album. Boy King is that most satisfying of things. A daring step in a fresh direction that comes off beautifully. It’s a lascivious, muscular record, pulsing with crunching guitars and Hayden Thorpe’s prodigious falsetto. “Big Cat”, “Get My Bang”, and “He the Colossus” are the taut and slithery bangers, while closer “Dreamliner”—gorgeous and operatic—serves to highlight the far-reaching talents of a very special band.

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Boy King “Wild Beasts"

Clone of Radiohead and alt-J. Well crafted but derivative.

sounds like every other album out today

I've been a huge fan since Limbo, Panto. However, this album was a huge disappointment! I bought Boy King without listening to it because they have always put out solid albums and I was really looking forward to the new album. I haven't listened to it since the day that it came out. I get that bands want to evolve, but what happend to the raw and weird lyrics and unique, dark melodies?

2bu, dreamliner, boy king trash

the last track is so good, you have to buy the entire album just to get it.......but so worth it!

Biography

Formed: Leeds, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

England's Wild Beasts were a duo founded in 2002 by Hayden Thorpe (guitar, vocals) and Ben Little (guitar). Originally called Fauve, the group was joined by drummer Chris Talbot in 2004 and changed its name to Wild Beasts. After recording a self-titled EP, Tom Flemming was recruited as Wild Beasts' bassist, and the band relocated to Leeds, where its energetic sound and Thorpe's theatrical falsetto earned the group a dedicated local following. Wild Beasts released a number of singles on Bad Sneakers...
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