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New EP Kingdom by The Sunset Kids

New EP Kingdom by The Sunset Kids

The Sunset Kids, made up of vancouver musicians/songwriters Josh Palmer and Ellaya Zampireri have released their new EP Kingdom.

Vancouver, BC – The Sunset Kids, made up of vancouver musicians/songwriters Josh Palmer and Ellaya Zampireri have released their new EP Kingdom. Kingdom is a 3-song, dreamy electro-pop journey through poetic ponderings of love and beauty. The EP is available now on all major streaming platforms.
The Sunset Kids is an alchemical electro-pop collaboration which began with a humble recording session between Palmer and Zampieri. Almost immediately, the two began working on original material, and the songs kept coming.

The duo has successfully blended the electronic blur of ‘80s dream pop with a rush of modern rock, they instinctively developed a unique hybrid sound that overflows with catchy choruses and honest emotions.
This EP isn’t a pop album, or even what I would call a traditional rock album. It’s really something that should be enjoyed end-to-end as much as possible. The tracts are uniquely different but as a piece of art the EP stands up well as something to be appreciated.

Their new EP Kingdom has been released on the Vancouver label 604 Records and is composed of three unique, complimentary tracks that take a listener on a journey through ideas of love, beauty and devotion. Written in-part through the eyes of Palmer, who was responsible for the lyrics on this EP, the subtle sentiment isn’t lost.

Palmer had this to say about Kingdom, “It’s about creating the world you want to build. Being with someone and building a kingdom together.”

The Kingdom EP by The Sunset Kids is available now on streaming platforms and well worth a listen, and thier single/title-track Kingdom is now playing on Dropout Radio.

For more information on The Sunset Kids visit: http://thesunsetkidsmusic.com

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