King Nun have inked a new record deal with Marshall Records, and dropped a new single.
The London-based band released their debut album ‘Mass’ in 2019, and are now back with ‘Selfish’.
“In various forms and with far worse titles, ‘Selfish’ has been with us for a while,” says vocalist/guitarist Theo Polyzoides. “Locked away in a remote recording studio, we wrote ‘Selfish’ through instinct and a ‘try, try, try again’ approach that drove us mad.
“After all the isolated introspection, we realised that this song talks about the struggle of maintaining our lives as artists as well as people, and how music often leads to falling out, missing major events, and sometimes losing relationships entirely. But despite the selfishness of it all, we carry on for those fleeting moments of clarity and the joy of expressing ourselves.
“In short, this is a melodramatic song about responsibility, and what we owe to others as well as ourselves. Perhaps the solution is to learn to be in several places at once or to split ourselves in two. Who can say?”
Check it out below.