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King George - Try #Flyah Review


King George marries pop melancholy with rock rawness and has been described as ‘The Killers meets Muse.’ (Creative Control Mag Feb 2014)
The bands second album ‘Love Song and Medications’ was nominated for best hard/rock album at the 2016 Independent Music Awards in New York City.
The album features the singles ‘Hover' that won the Best Thematic Award at the Australian Independent Music Video Awards 2013 and 'Broken Hearted Whispers’ that was nominated at Australian Independent Music Video Awards 2014 and Hollywood in Music Media Awards 2014.  
King George played Indie Week in Toronto 2013 and Canadian Music Week in 2015.

14,000 kms....From Melbourne to Tulsa...a duet...a love song...
Australian band King George return to the kingdom with a new single 'Try' featuring American artist Casii Stephen. Lead singer George Zois met Casii at the 2016 Independent Music awards in NYC. King George were nominated for best rock album (Love Songs and Medications). Casii Stephan won the love song category for her song 'I Like The Way'. George had already written Try as a duet but was waiting for the perfect voice to fill the spot. George says 'I wasn't actively searching for the voice at the time as I had parked the song for a while but once I heard her sing it just hit me and I knew I had to ask, luckily she accepted.' 
'Try' is availble on iTunes and all good digital stores worldwide.


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