York four-piece King No-One have released the music video for their latest single ‘Antichrist’.
With a strong band ethos that ‘no-one is king’ and we are all equal regardless of gender, race and sexual orientation, frontman Zach Lount explains the inspiration behind the video: “There’s always been a battle between tyranny and liberty, and this video depicts that. No two people are the same, and we should celebrate our quirks and differences, not isolate them. To at least one person, we’re all an Antichrist”.
Much like Kraftwerk and Simple Minds did, used bold animations and choreography to address the issues of dictatorship and abuse of power that’ve been used throughout history to scapegoat those who are different
‘Antichrist’ follows on from their previous single ‘Alcatraz’, which showcased their alternative-indie edge with late 90s hip-hop stylings.
King No-One will be heading on tour later this month and in April. Check out the dates below:
29 – Brighton, Latest Music Bar
30 – London, Thousand Island (formerly Upstairs at the Garage)
31 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
1 – Glasgow, King Tuts
4 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
5 – Bristol, The Louisiana
6 – Hull, Fruit
7 – Manchester, Deaf Institute
8 – Stoke, Sugar Mill
11 – Newcastle, Jumpin Jacks
12 – Nottingham, Bodega
13 – Sheffield, Leadmill
14 – Liverpool, Studio 2
15 – York, Fibbers