News: Kings Of The Wild Things Release ‘Homesick’

Out of a pop-punk mecca, Maryland-based Kings Of The Wild Things drop “Homesick,” a song surely to appeal to long time scene fans. The release comes in the lead up to their debut album Call Us Blockbuster Cause It’s The End Of An Era, which drops on May, 12.

“Working on this recording and writing it was a super fun time, and we are stoked for everyone to hear it,” the band say about the new music. “Getting to do a song with our friends in Keep Flying was honestly huge and super important for us as a band cause they are dudes we really look up to.”

If the rest of the album sounds similar to “Homesick,” it’ll be one of the scene’s better releases of 2023. The single is slickly produced with a mesmerizing hook and spitting vocals. Each verse includes enough bells and whistles to sound unique. Couple that with and explosive chorus, and you have a no-doubt, pop punk hit.

Kings Of The Wild Things will embark on a four-show run in support of the new album this month. It includes stops in Cleveland, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, and their home community of Townson, Maryland. They’ll be joined by ska punkers Stacked Like Pancakes.

“We really can’t wait to play these songs that mean so much to us and our crew live on our run in May and all the tours we have booked and are booking and planning for this summer and fall,” the band continue.

Kings Of The Wild Things are no stranger to sharing the stage with scene giants. The band recently opened for All Time Low, Makeout, and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, among others. The young crew has been building to the release of Call Us Blockbuster Cause It’s The End Of An Era for years, releasing singles and touring across 15 states over their young career.

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