To Kill A King tours to Bristol’s Thekla

PUBLISHED: 20:00 22 December 2017

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A British rock band which has played at some of the biggest festivals in the country will make their way to the West Country in January.

To Kill A King have supported bands such as Bastille and Dog Is Dead and will embark on their own tour.

The band was formed in 2009 as Kid iD, but line-up change saw them renamed as To Kill A King.

The Spiritual Dark Age is the London five-piece’s third album and the follow-up to their critically-acclaimed self-titled album in 2015.

The band is made up of frontman Ralph Pelleymounter, Grant McNeill on guitar, Ben Jackson on keys, Josh Taffel on drums and James Ball on bass.

To Kill A King will be at the Thekla, in The Grove in Bristol, on January 23 at 7pm.

Tickets, priced £11-12.10, are available at www.theklabristol.co.uk or on 01179 293301.

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