Listen to the song "Something Worthwhile"
King Friday takes us a few steps further down a bedroom-psyche journey with their second release, This Is Supposed To Be Fun. This release marks the second of at least nine records the band has in the can awaiting the ears of the public. Dig in, dig deep, and fall in love with this band as we have.
- 1. What Things Become
2. Something Worthwhile
3. One Track Mind
4. Word Games (Cut And Run)
5. The Secret To Life Is Being Unafraid To Suck
6. Make Shift Art Space
7. Hope You're Smiling
8. This Is Supposed To Be Fun (My Melodic Ability)
9. Don't Do That
10. Peter Pan
11. Floating Loans (Juneau Summer)
12. The American Idle
13. Trying To Write A Masterpiece Is No Fun
King Friday King Friday is a band of the 21st century. Their music is available everywhere, but only digitally. They’re signed to a record label, but all have day jobs (flight attendant, legal assistant, field biologist). They’ve recorded 10 full-length albums and released five using nothing but a modest home setup. They are an unapologetic band gaining steam in the most honest, practical way they know how, given the landscape of modern independent music. The only thing anchoring King Friday to another era is, contradictorily, their music. The songs hark back to more psychedelic times. They’re honest and fun, reminiscent of early Of Montreal recordings. Paul Simon’s penchant for harmony and Harry Nilsson’s signature wail clearly influence their catalog – but there’s something else happening here. There’s a whimsy that can’t be faked – an endearing sense of humor, candor, and personality that leave audiences glad the band is a productive as they are fun to listen to.