“ladies and gentlemen, your king county queens” by leslie snyder

“Ladies & Gentlemen, Your King County Queens”
By Leslie Snyder
Get ready for some lighthearted fun out of West Seattle, Washington from an independent rock pop quartet called King County Queens. This quartet sings songs about peace, love, and trying to make sense out of an unpredictable world. King County Queens will release their latest CD “Ladies & Gentlemen, Your King County Queens” on July 17, 2013 featuring twelve fun loving, but “quirky” psychedelic rock pop melodies sounding similar to Pink Floyd.
The peaceful journey begins with the first track “Words I can see.” This track features soulful vocals and “airy” rock pop melodies. This track is a mellow tale about a group of friends who are on a psychedelic adventure and living a carefree life. Meanwhile, the peaceful journey continues with a dose of romance in the sixth track “Road Flower Blossom.” This track features soulful vocals and soothing rock pop melodies. This track is a heartwarming tale about a beautiful woman who is constantly on a man’s mind no matter where he travels. These loving thoughts are what keep a “hard working” man’s mind at ease.
Finally, the peaceful journey ends with uncertainty in the ninth track “You Get the Fear.” This track features soulful vocals and “icy” rock pop melodies. This track is an anxious tale about people becoming nervous about bureaucracy “crushing” the honest people who are left feeling helpless. What this comes down to is that people begin to have a “fear of the unknown.”
King County Queens is a raucous independent rock pop quartet that mixes cool modern rock with a splash of “bubbly” retro pop from the 1960’s. The quartet’s latest CD “Ladies & Gentlemen, Your King County Queens” is a lighthearted adventure reminding people to take the time to relax and enjoy life.
Record Label: Green Monkey Records
Band Websites: http://www.facebook.com/kingcountyqueens?fref=ts
http://www.GreenMonkeyRecords.com
http://www.youtube.com/user/GreenMonkeyRecords
http://www.facebook.com/GreenMonkeyRecords

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