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After a massive 30 date tour throughout Europe this year, Australian rock band Kingswood are returning home and excited to announce their biggest tour to date. The "Hometowns" tour will see the band undertake more shows (70 + dates) than ever on record in the history of Australia, specially modifying a coach to sustain the overwhelmingly extensive undertaking. Coinciding with the tour announcement, Kingswood have released their new single ‘Burning Holes’. This is hands down the best writing to come from the Kingswood camp since in recent times and heralds a significant return to form for the critically acclaimed 4-piece. The new single is the first track from their forthcoming studio album 'Home' coming out in February 2023. The new album ‘Home’ is melodically rich in Americana vibes and bluesy rock after being mixed and mastered in Nashville by revered American engineer Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlisle).

Praise for KINGSWOOD

“Fusing the sprinklings of Queen’s rock bravado in with the leather-clad swagged out rock of Queens of The Stone Age, and you’ve got a rough image of where Kingswood sit in this new chapter of theirs.” Triple J

“A lot of bands would like to say they’re the hardest working in Australia, but Kingswood have a stronger claim than most.” Tone Deaf

“Try and find me a harder working band than Australia’s own Kingswood. They are in the midst of a run of 120+ shows across Australia giving fans the opportunity to listen to the tunes off Home. Home features rich storytelling, some sweet guitars and beautiful harmonies. From the hopefull sorrow of “One Too Many Times” the celebration of acceptance and contentment  in “Burning Holes” and the shredding guitars in “Last One’s Kicking In”, Home is their strongest work to date.” The AU Review

“‘Burning Holes’ sees Kingswood sound more sonically and emotionally aligned than ever due to the competence of rich acoustic guitar and vocal harmonies between Alexander Laska and Fergus Linacre.” Beat Magazine

“This (Burning Holes) is hands down the best writing to come from the Kingswood camp in recent times, and heralds a significant return to form for the critically acclaimed 4-piece.” Heavy Mag

“Channelling themes of solace, resolve and independence, the nostalgic clip for Burning Holes features guitarist Alexander Laska in fine cowboy form.” The Music


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