Hey, King! have released a new video for their current single “Sorry.” The video features an elderly couple, who rediscovers their love for each other. “I think now more than ever, after this insane last year, couples know how easy it is to get into tiffs over the tiniest things,” Plecity and London explain. “ “Sorry” turned the classic, tired, love song on its head, because we wrote it with all the hilarity, frustration, honesty, and ruckus that’s part of our relationship. The truth is we love each other, bickering and all, and as long as the day ends in each other’s arms we feel like the luckiest.” The band’s self-titled debut album arrives on April 2, via ANTI- and was produced by Ben Harper.
Hey, King, is comprised of Nathalie London and Taylor Plecity sang about their rock-solid relationship on their 2019 EP through love songs like “Lucky,” and “Don’t Let Me Get Away,” but here they talk about the hard work and ups and downs that come with romance. The chorus is explosive with London and Plecity, their first lyrical co-write, singing: “Stop saying sorry please / Do I need to tattoo across my forearm ‘Jesus Christ love I’m on your team’. ” They later wonder, “What are we fighting about, anyway?”
“What I initially heard in them was a level of songwriting that I find to be a rare,” Harper said. “Sorry” is no exception.
2. Road Rage
4. Half Alive
6. Don’t Let Me Get Away
7. Get Up
9. Sing Me To Sleep