Kings of Leon have unveiled a pair of new songs over the past month — "It Don't Matter" and "Supersoaker" — at festivals across the U.S. as a way of road-testing material off their upcoming, back-to-basics Mechanical Bull album. And so …
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After three years, the Kings of Leon are back! The group was on Good Morning America this morning to perform a new single called “Supersoaker” from their new album “Mechanical Bull.” Before their performance, they made a little video …
Jack Johnson. They're not the first words anyone reading a Kings of Leon album review wants to see. But there's a song on Mechanical Bull - the dreamy, dreary On the Chin - that sounds as insipid and instantly forgettable as anything …
Is it fair to blame it on “Pigeongate”? That’s one possible explanation as to why Kings of Leon failed to draw much of a crowd during the first date of the new leg of its “Mechanical Bull” tour Thursday night at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater.
Kings of Leon announced Thursday the dates for the first leg of their North American tour in support of their latest album, Mechanical Bull.
On September 24, Kings of Leon will release their first album in nearly three years. Entitled Mechanical Bull, it is the band's sixth studio full-length. Today they released the record's first single, "Supersoaker," which is a sort of bouncy, …
After teasing an upcoming album on social media, Kings of Leon have officially announced that they will release their seventh studio effort, WALLS, on October 14 via RCA. The record follows up the band’s 2013 album, Mechanical Bull. …
Since achieving major commercial success with their fourth album, Only By The Night, in 2008, Kings Of Leon have become a band whose fans are divided between the diehards and their new, more mainstream followers. Their sixth …
AMERICAN rockers Kings of Leon will launch their Mechanical Bull record in Australia with a one-off concert on Sydney Harbour in November. The Followill clan - Caleb, Nathan, Jared and Matthew - will have hefty boots to fill when they …
And here's where the bands stand in 2013: The latest Kings of Leon album, Mechanical Bull, has sold roughly 110,000 copies, nearly three times the 41,000 units that the Strokes' most recent Comedown Machine has moved. That all …