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Album Review

Florida-based emo-pop band We the Kings struck out on their own for their fourth studio album; after parting ways with S-Curve Records, the group opted to record their next project without backing from a label. When We the Kings launched a campaign to raise the $35,000 recording budget through crowd-funding, their fans responded to the tune of $149,000. The finished album, Somewhere Somehow, is a polished, heartfelt set of contemporary pop that ranks with their most accessible work to date, and shows that We the Kings didn't need a handful of advisors to make the sort of music that would please themselves and their fans.

Customer Reviews


it’s out, finally!!! hope you love it as much as we did making it!! <3


I had to support us and buy the album, even though I had it sitting in my email. Thank you to everyone who made this album possible, you are loved beyond imagination :)

It's Different We Know

Alright, we all know We The Kings have changed their sound a bit since their first album but that isn't a bad thing. They're trying new things and appealing to more audiences like the CTFxC with the incorporation of Charles Trippy as the new bassist! A CTFxCer I am myself. Anyways, I'm a fan of the old sound and the new. It's good so stop complaining about the "new sound" it's not gonna change back.


Formed: 2005 in Bradenton, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

We the Kings are a melodic emo pop band from Bradenton, Florida, a small Southern town that doubles as the home base for Tropicana orange juice. Friends since childhood (the band's moniker even refers to the name of their junior high school mascot), the four bandmates -- singer/guitarist Travis Clark, guitarist Hunter Thomsen, his brother, bassist Drew Thomsen, and drummer Danny Duncan -- formed the group while attending high school. Under the guidance of manager Bret Disend, they placed a number...
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