Friday, 7 October 2016

The Vault: King Prawn - 'Day In Day Out'

Time for another edition of a brand new feature. While Track Of The Day brings you new music and Rewind takes you back 20 years, The Vault deals in amazing songs from random points in musical history. RW/FF will keep these posts short and sweet, with only a small bit of basic info. All you have to do is press play and enjoy.

Formed in 1993, the underrated King Prawn released four albums before splitting in 2003. However, they reformed in 2012 without original bassist Babar Luck and are now augmented by a brass section. One of the most inventive bands to have grown from the punk scene in recent decades, King Prawn blend elements of punk, hardcore, metal, ska, dub, reggae, and hip hop into their music, a sound which they dub "wildstyle". Their second full-length 'Surrender To The Blender' was released in 2000, and featured the frantic 'Day In Day Out'.

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