King Nun’s debut album ‘MASS’ is coming this October

Check out a new track, 'Black Tree', now.

King Nun have announced their long awaited debut album.

Titled ‘MASS’ – it’s like its heavy, but also a religious experience, right, lads? – it’ll be released on 4th October via Dirty Hit, and is available to pre-order now.

As well as news of the record, there’s a brand new track too. That’s called ‘Black Tree’, and is streaming alongside a new video now.

“‘Black Tree’ is a hard run through something bleak, and I think it had to be done,” frontman Theo Polyzoides explains. “The album is really autobiographical. It’s full of songs about becoming, songs about reminiscing, songs about making an album. It’s a tribute to teenage angst, to naivety, to memories both melancholic and despairingly sad – to the need to step up to the plate.”

You can check out ‘Black Tree’ below.

King Nun have a bunch of live shows coming up across the next few months. You can catch them at.

30 Macewan Hall Calgary, AB (with Reignwolf)

2 Bu Bar, Portland, OR
3 Crocodile – Back Bar Seattle, WA
5 Senator Theatre Chico, CA
7 The Independent, San Francisco, CA
8The Echo, Los Angeles, CA

11 Academy, Manchester (with The Struts)
12 Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh (with The Struts)
13 Leadmill, Sheffield (with The Struts)
15 UEA, Norwich (with The Struts)
16 Kentish Town Forum, London (with The Struts)
17 Great Hall, Cardiff (with The Struts)
19 O2 Academy, Leicester (with The Struts)
20 O2 Academy, Bournemouth (with The Struts)
22 013, Tilburg – Holland (with The Struts)
23 Zappa, Antwerp – Belgium (with The Struts)
24 Trianon, Paris – France (with The Struts)
25 Burgerhaus Stollwerck, Cologne – Germany (with The Struts)
27 Columbiatheater, Berlin – Germany (with The Struts)
28 Technikum, Munich – Germany (with The Struts)
29 Fabrique, Milan – Italy (with The Struts)

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