Custom Kings

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Custom Kings
Genres folk-pop
Associated acts Joe Neptune, Eagle & the Worm
Members Nick Vorrath
Jarrad Brown
Craig Shanahan
Luke Gale
Past members Eugene Wheelahan
Tom Spender

Custom Kings is a Melbourne folk-pop band[1] started in 2002 as solo project for Nick Vorrath .[2] After three critically acclaimed EPs[3] they released their debut album, At Sea in 2007[4] and it was followed up with a second, Great Escape, in 2010.[5] The band has toured Australia[6] and they have been on national rotation on Triple J.[7]

Discography[edit]

  • Peace ep (2004)
  • Where Do They Go? ep (2004) - Liberation[8][9]
  • Merchant Songs ep (2006)[10]
  • At Sea (2007) - Liberation[11]
  • Great Escape (2010) - Liberation[12][13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Spillett, Emma (25 November 2010), "Custom Kings spread wings", Illawarra Mercury 
  2. ^ Murphy, Theresa (15 January 2008), "Kings ready to rule MUSIC", Mornington Peninsular Leader 
  3. ^ Thomas, Matthew (9 January 2008), "Reality versus fantasy", Gold Coast Sun 
  4. ^ "Kings becoming industry royalty", The Gold Coast Bulletin, 31 October 2007 
  5. ^ Mathieson, Craig (10 September 2010), "Frontman's no slave to custom", The Age 
  6. ^ Connoley, David (12 January 2008), "Customed style", Geelong Advertiser 
  7. ^ Murphy, Ciaran (30 November 2006), "custom MADE", The Cairns Post 
  8. ^ McCabe, Kathy (4 November 2004), "Where Do They Go? review", Daily Telegraph 
  9. ^ Holmes, Peter (16 January 2005), "Where Do They Go? review", Sunday Telegraph 
  10. ^ Irwin, Julia (22 November 2006), "Merchant Songs review", Northcote Leader 
  11. ^ Sarazen, Con (4 October 2007), "At Sea review", MX (Australia) 
  12. ^ Osborne, Katrina (29 July 2010), "Custom Kings", Canberra Times 
  13. ^ Rodway, Anna (22 August 2010), "Great Escape review", Sunday Telegraph 

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