Bristol based psych-pop band Cousin Kula will be playing at Servant Jazz Quarters on the 30th November for their first London headline show!
‘The screwball odyssey sees the mysterious group meddle with the script, welding psych freakouts to slick R&B/pop vocals and veering wildly between lush '60s froth and Warp-esque experiments. It's a blitzkrieg of fun and impish U-turns that leaves you restless for more.’ — The Line Of Best Fit
“Sometimes you can tell from the first listen that there’s a spark behind a band. Cousin
Kula provide something dreamy and leftfield with their first single ‘Hesitation’.” — NME
Following support from BBC Introducing, 6Music and NME, Cousin Kula’s unique Psychpop sound has built a dedicated fanbase in their hometown of Bristol.
The 6 piece explores psychedelic landscapes, blending slick pop vocals, lush synths and soaring guitars. With high profile slots supporting Dutch Uncles and The Kooks, they have been touring the UK and Europe selling out shows, promoting the release of their singles, premiered on Line of Best Fit and DIY.
“Working For It” was released in September 2017, produced by Ollie Baldwin (PJ Harvey) at J&J Studios. A full EP release and UK tour is set for November 2017.