Jan 30, 2019
This dark, somewhat cult-ish screengrab is from a video I made of a classic tune. I did it not because I’m in a cult (shhh…), but because I’m a proud supporter of The Winter Walk, which does an amazing job of fighting homelessness in Boston. On these brutally cold days, supporting this org is more important…
Nov 24, 2018
Two days late here, but Thanksgiving knows no bounds. One thing we’re grateful for is being surrounded by talent. You’ve seen our trumpet/keys/generally-everything player Chris prance around on stage. Now imagine him prancing with a Santa outfit on. He and his partner Kate record holiday songs in their spare time as Space Cranes (aka Chris -n- Kate); this…
Aug 22, 2018
I love when people say “stop singing about politics, stick to the music!” Our songs have always been political; I don’t really know how to write otherwise. So it’s only fitting that we embrace this dynamic and put our money where our mic is. On Sept. 7, we are supporting a candidate for Massachusetts State Senate by…
Aug 04, 2018
This is Ted. Ted has a podcast called The Tour, and he invited me on. I thought it would be a fun thing to do, and had no idea Ted would ask some of the best questions I’ve ever been asked as a musician. The end product paints a full, vivid picture of our band from…
Jul 16, 2018
It’s been a little more than a month since Neighbors & Strangers came out, and screw it, we’re taking a bow. We’re proud of this one, and are thrilled that Pete Chianca of Gatehouse Media wrote a thorough, thoughtful review. What a thrill when a great writer spends time with something you put out there….
Jul 05, 2018
My immigrant parents-in-law love America. They marvel at the National Parks system. At their right to openly critique their government. At the New York Mets. At giant Buicks. My mother-in-law has said more than once, “This is the only country in the world where the word ‘happiness’ is actually written in the founding documents.” Today…
Jun 22, 2018
Shirt? Check. Hat from 1989? Check. Bobblehead from 1986, complete with cracked, superglued head? Check. Sh$&-eating grin in anticipation of playing at Fenway park on Sunday before the Red Sox play the Mariners? Check. Only a few tix left. Get em here.
Jun 14, 2018
This is big: WE’RE PLAYING FENWAY. On June 24, we’re playing on a beautiful rooftop at Fenway Park before the Sox slay the Mariners. Your ticket gets you into our show and the game, and allows you to pretty much have the best day ever (according to us). There are limited tix for this so get them now! Can…
Jun 14, 2018
Each time we play DC we take this photo. Each time is better than the last. Thank you Pearl Street Warehouse – and of course the amazing, rowdy people of DC – for the grand time.
Jun 06, 2018
Our fourth full-length, Neighbors and Strangers, is out today. Here it is on iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify.It’s funny, when you create something and put it out into the world, there’s this tension. On one hand, you could care less if anyone listens to it because you’re proud of this thing that you have created from scratch, that now exists in the…
May 22, 2018
New show! North Shore! Cool venue! Great bands! Okay enough exclamation points. This will be a great, early summer show at a cool venue in Salem, along with Jenee Halstead and The Rationales. We are really excited to be playing songs off our new album, and the live show really feels like it’s working. Come…
May 18, 2018
NEW SONG(S) ALERT. We are thrilled that the excellent Vanyaland is premiering three (!) songs off of Neighbors and Strangers ahead of our hometown show tomorrow night at ONCE Somerville. There’s a slower tune, a faster tune, and a punch-yourself-in-the-face tune. Try to guess which one’s which.
Dec 14, 2016
Sending out more Pledge exclusives. This is getting a little ridiculous.
Dec 02, 2016
So there was this wolf hanging out behind us recently at The Sinclair… (photo by Alicia O’Connell)
Nov 29, 2016
And sometimes we let the drummer sing… Our DC show a little while ago was such a freakin blast. Chunky Glasses was there to document it with some fantastic photos and a show review, using words like “absolutely snarling.” If you were there or if you weren’t, this is fun.
Nov 18, 2016
Woah, the Washington Post! A great big feature ahead of Saturday’s show at Rock And Roll Hotel. And that’s after tonight’s celebration at The Sinclair in Cambridge. Good lord we are ready to party this weekend.
Nov 13, 2016
Many of the songs we write could be accused of being ‘political.’ Some folks don’t like that, saying we should ‘stick to the music.’ Naseem sat down with Chunky Glasses right before the election for a perfect-for-your-next-long-drive podcast about the intersection of music and politics, and why we’ll never just stick to the music. Sorry.
Nov 03, 2016
We’ll pile on to the non-election-and-actually-good-news day: so psyched that the Boston Herald reviewed Another Other and said the album is “so good you’ll forget for a moment that Kingsley Flood made its name conquering club stages.” A really thoughtful review by Jed Gottlieb. “Every turn comes with something special: a ’70s punk crescendo, a…
Oct 25, 2016
Acoustic tunes for your Tuesday! Was psyched yesterday to ditch the band, play acoustic versions of two songs off the new album, and talk about…toilet installation, on The Circus Life Podcast. Click here for the conversation. Or if you don’t like toilets, you can download “Good Old Wind” and “Not Like This” separately.
Oct 14, 2016
Finally. After all this time, we’re very proud to release Another Other, our third full-length album. These thirteen songs represent a whole lot of evolution for us – as musicians, as songwriters, and as people – and we hope you like it. iTunes (digital) Kingsley Flood store (CDs)
Oct 11, 2016
New week, new album, NEW SONG. Click here for ‘A Ways Away,’ a piano-driven drunken mess of a song. Impose describes it painting a picture “of a world that might be screwed—but still far from being totally devoid of hope & happiness.” We’ll see.
Oct 05, 2016
NEW SONG. Time for something new. That’s why we’re sending you to Myspace. Yes people, it’s now actually a great music blog, and it’s premiering our title track, “Another Other.” They’re saying “it’s much more than just a boisterous barroom rocker.” In other words, there’s a story behind this one too and a very cool revelation…
Sep 28, 2016
IT’S HERE. Very excited that Glide Magazine is premiering “to the wolves,” the first video off our new album, in which we get kidnapped while just minding our own business and playing a tune (seriously, wtf). Check out the link for the story behind the song, and to watch the video of course. AND if…
Sep 09, 2016
Very pleased to share ‘Try,’ off our new album. We’re proud of this one. Head over to The Bluegrass Situation to check it out, and happy friday. #AnotherOther
Aug 30, 2016
Just a new snippet of a new song off a new album…
Aug 26, 2016
Pre-sale now available for the new album! That’s a fancy way of saying, you get to call dibs on Another Other from now, in digital, CD or vinyl form. But more importantly, when you pre-order, you get two tracks immediately. One was released on an EP last year, and the other – ‘Tricks’ – is…
Aug 24, 2016
Very proud to show off the cover to our new album, and to tell its story. It’s the first time we use a photograph for an album cover. This one had been kicking around my family’s basement for years. I hadn’t thought much of it – I thought it was some stock photo from a…
Aug 16, 2016
This pic is from the last time we played The Sinclair in Boston (or, Cambridge). We’re headed back, this time with a new album in hand (or at the merch table). We’re so damn excited to celebrate the release of Another Other (or, the new album). Tickets here: http://www.axs.com/events/313428/kingsley-flood-tickets
Aug 02, 2016
Very excited to share our video with you. When we do. Soon. #screenshot #tease #annoying
Jul 31, 2016
Our new album is called Another Other. One theme is my own upbringing as the son of immigrants, and the unclear, in-between areas so many people on the move live in. I think a lot about the journey of my own parents, and the resilience and discipline they needed to start again in a new…