Kingsley Flood is a Boston and Washington, DC – based band with a “Billy Bragg-like folk-punk sound” (Washington Post) and “signature high energy” (Rolling Stone). They have played the main stage at the Newport Folk Festival, have been featured on the History Channel, Lifetime Network and CNN, opened for Josh Ritter, Grace Potter, Lucius, Langhorne Slim and have been been covered by NPR, New York Times, Esquire Magazine, Wall Street Journal, American Songwriter, among others. They released three EP’s in 2015 and their third full length, Another Other, was released in October 2016. Their fourth album, Neighbors and Strangers, will be released June 6, 2018.
The Proud Flesh
"Over the last several years The Proud Flesh's unique Americana sound has been impressing audiences throughout the east coast and New England. They've been described by NHMusic.org as "...so organic it's almost tangible, just waiting to be plucked from the night air and placed in your hand"
The Proud Flesh's debut record Tiny Picture Frames received much positive attention from independent press. The band also have a three song EP of American tunes entitled "The Depression Sessions." The Proud Flesh have supported Brown Bird, Spirit Family Reunion, Frontier Ruckus, Two Gallants, O Death, River City Extension, Kathryn Calder, Adam Arcuragi, Hop Along, Laura Stevenson and the Cans."
The Proud Flesh released their sophomore effort "HOME" on 4/23/2013.