Knox Hamilton; New Music out March 10, The Heights

On March 10, Arkansas based Knox Hamilton will release their debut full-length, The Heights in digital, CD and Vinyl formats. 

The album, which Consequence of Sound says “strikes the ideal balance between sweet and not-too-sugary, with songs that sound like they could fill arenas but never sound like they’re trying to fill arenas” features singles Washed Up Together,” Pretty Way To Fight and Never My Love,” a cover of The Association’s 1968 hit. The campaign has gathered the praise of Katy Perry, The Beach Boys and gained major support from Sirius XM’s Alt Nation,Billboard, Marie Claire, US Weekly and Baeble.  The band’s hometown paper, Arkansas Democrat Gazette said “It’s an album of arena-ready pop-rock reminiscent of bands such as Coldplay and Vampire Weekend, loaded with sugary bombast, and perfect for fist pumping singalongs.” 

PRESS HERE to watch the video for “Washed Up Together”

PRESS HERE to listen to “Never My Love

PRESS HERE for more information on Knox Hamilton on tour and other artists at SXSW.

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