New Reign of Kindo single

2013-05-28 by Jacob Royal STAFF | 18 Comments
Jazz-influenced indie group The Reign of Kindo has released its first single for its upcoming album, Play With Fire, which will be released on June 30th. The song's called "Feeling in the Night," and features the infectious melodies the band is known for.

Check out the song here-- and if you like it, go purchase it either on Amazon or iTunes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0K111DSeSU

Or purchase it here:

http://www.amazon.com/Feeling-in-the-Night/dp/B00CSSPDMW/ref=sr_shvl_album_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1369746110&sr=301-1

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/feeling-in-the-night-single/id648643680

Tagged: The Reign Of Kindo

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
May 28th 2013
10469 Comments


The song's definitely more subdued than most of the band's music, and I don't think I like that.

Aspenshadow
May 28th 2013
313 Comments


It's pretty okay. I like it but I was kind of hoping for more.

bloc
May 28th 2013
35356 Comments


Not bad of a song, but pretty much what I was expecting. I doubt they'll ever reach RC&M heights again.

iGuter
May 28th 2013
364 Comments


Great song!

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
May 28th 2013
10469 Comments


Honestly, I've never really dug these guys much. They're obviously great at their instruments (especially the singer-- dem vocal cords.), but their studio material has always felt a bit lacking in passion.

Epicenter
May 28th 2013
184 Comments


Oh, yeah. I dig this.

Calc
May 28th 2013
12690 Comments


song ruoolz

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ProjectFreak
May 28th 2013
1565 Comments


yeah this is really good

Twelvetribes230
May 28th 2013
110 Comments


love it.

Zamora
May 28th 2013
261 Comments


Song is so good.

jackalope11
May 29th 2013
330 Comments


Yeah wasn't quite up to my expectations--horns are either poorly mixed or totally outta place

iamSeraph
May 29th 2013
881 Comments


The song's definitely more subdued than most of the band's music, and I don't think I like that.[2]

Liked their older stuff better.

Phideaux
May 29th 2013
1656 Comments


Song is great.

ProjectFreak
May 29th 2013
1565 Comments


i'm surprised people are saying 'i like their old stuff better' because this sounds extremely RC&M-like to me

Calc
May 29th 2013
12690 Comments


"i'm surprised people are saying 'i like their old stuff better'"

really? you're actually surprised people are saying this? the one thing everyone says about anything ever?

Trist66
May 29th 2013
148 Comments


This sounds like music from a Persona game...

Zamora
May 30th 2013
261 Comments


new persona x fire emblem looks great agreed

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
May 30th 2013
10469 Comments


really? you're actually surprised people are saying this? the one thing everyone says about anything ever?


"So why do you date women that live in nursing homes?"
"Well, I just like the older stuff better!"



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