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Kings Elliot “‘Til I Die” out now

KINGS ELLIOT UNVEILS NEW SONG + VIDEO “‘TIL I DIE”

ON U.S. TOUR WITH IMAGINE DRAGONS KICKING OFF THIS AUGUST

MORE NEW MUSIC ON THE WAY

May 20, 2022—Fresh off the heels of her beloved Chaos In My Court EP released late last year, Kings Elliot unveils her first taste of new music, “Til I Die” along with an accompanying music video via Consequence. Watch/share HERE

and read her exclusive interview HERE.

Chaos In My Court is out now on Verve Forecast/Interscope and features “Call Me A Dreamer,” “I’m Getting Tired of Me,” “Dancing Alone,” “Bitter Tonic,” and “The Outsider.” Stay tuned for more music and news from Elliot to come soon.Elliot will be hitting the road with Imagine Dragons on their U.S. stadium tour, kicking off August 5 in Salt Lake City. Complete list of dates below and tickets HERE

She performed “The Outsider” on German morning television causing the EP to reach #1 on iTunes, and has been featured by Consequence previously as one of their Artists to Watch 2022.

London-via-Switzerland singer-songwriter Kings Elliot has accumulated millions of global streams, as well as spins on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 and KCRW. The up-and-coming artist to watch has received critical praise from Consequence, Teen VogueBillboardClash, Wonderland, The Line of Best Fit, COLORS and Lyrical Lemonade, among others, as well as social support from Reese Witherspoon, Dixie D’Amelio, Lewis Capaldi and Milky Chance. Her music has been added to a host of notable Spotify and Apple Music playlists. 

Elliot has been diagnosed with borderline personality and anxiety disorders. She explores this and speaks openly about her battle through her music, even releasing accidentally filmed footage of herself having a panic attack for her music video “I’m Getting Tired Of Me.”

“Please stop what you’re doing and listen to this. Why? Because it’s something special by a future star. Kings Elliot... Feels like a new take on Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah.’ Confident but wistful and melodic. Off-center but lyrically very exposed.”—Chris Hawkins
“Kings Elliot announces herself as an artist we’ll be adding to our watch list.”
“a fantasy world driven by incredible honesty”
“breathtakingly devastating”
“stunningly poignant”

Elliot wrote “‘Til I Die” as a letter to her mental health—"the side of myself that I find so hard to live with,” she explains. “It’s my most personal song yet… It sounds like I'm singing to a toxic lover, but it's really about the toxic relationship I have with myself.”

TOUR DATES

(with Imagine Dragons and Macklemore)
August 5—Rice-Eccles Stadium—Salt Lake City, UT
August 7—Isleta Amphitheater—Albuquerque, NM
August 9—T-Mobile Center—Kansas City, MO
August 12—Hersheypark Stadium—Hershey, PA
August 14—Jiffy Lube Live—Bristow, VA
August 16—Waterfront Music Pavilion—Camden, NJ
August 18—PNC Bank Arts Center—Holmdel, NJ
August 20—Fenway Park—Boston, MA
August 22—Rogers Centre—Toronto, Canada
August 24—Pine Knob Music Theatre—Clarkston, MI
August 26—Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre—Tinley Park, IL
August 28—Riverbend Music Center—Cincinnati, OH
August 30—Lakewood Amphitheatre—Atlanta, GA
September 1—The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion—The Woodlands, TX
September 3—Dos Equis Pavilion—Dallas, TX
September 5—Dick’s Sporting Goods Park—Commerce City, CO
September 8—Shoreline Amphitheatre—Mountain View, CA
September 10—Allegiant Stadium—Las Vegas, NV
September 13—North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre—Chula Vista, CA
September 15—Banc of California Stadium—Los Angeles, CA

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