Jan 12

The Minor Kings - Red Flags (Green Lights)

Posted by rdub . Filed under Recordings

Today’s track is called Red Flags (Green Lights) and it’s from The Minor Kings‘ free music release produced by Brian Virtue.  The rest of the tracks are available from their website, www.theminorkings.com.  You can check out their website at the above address, donate (because every musician needs support), and even follow the band on twitter: @theminorkings.

The Minor Kings are a melodic-rock band from Nashville, TN, that is independently and locally produced.  They believe that music is a service and its purpose is to be heard.

Personally, their sound reminds me of a cross between Oasis and Audioslave.  They’ve got the catchiness of Oasis, along with the more grunge rock guitar sound of Audioslave.  Unlike a lot of today’s bands, it appears that great care has been taken in producing a mix where the lead vocals cut right through to the front - a feature that I’ve come to appreciate as being actually quite difficult to achieve.

Without further ado, we give you The Minor Kings - Red Flags (Green Lights).  Hope you enjoy!

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One Response to “The Minor Kings - Red Flags (Green Lights)”

  1. Angelical on October 3rd, 2009 at 6:12 pm

    Sounds great. Listened to the rest of the music and I am digging it.

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