King Princess Drops “Hit The Back”

King Princess unveils new album track, “Hit the Back”
King Princess "Hit The Back"

King Princess unveils new album track, “Hit the Back” today—listen here. King Princess’ debut album Cheap Queen is due out October 25 on Zelig/Columbia Records. The full-length was written and produced in Los Angeles by King Princess and Mike Malchicoff. The album features contributions from Tobias Jesso Jr., Father John Misty and The Dap-Kings. “Hit the Back” follows previous singles, “Aint Together,” “Cheap Queen” and the interlude “Useless Phrases”

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, King Princess is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. The product of a musical family, she spent much of her childhood tinkering on the vintage Neve board in her father’s Brooklyn studio, learning guitar and piano along the way.

King Princess
Cheap Queen
Zelig/Columbia Records

1. Tough On Myself
2. Useless Phrases
3. Cheap Queen
4. Ain’t Together
5. Do You Wanna See Me Crying
6. Homegirl
7. Prophet
8. Isabels Moment featuring Tobias Jesso Jr.
9. Trust Nobody
10. Watching My Phone
11. You Destroyed My Heart
12. Hit the Back
13. If You Think It’s Love

King Princess
Tour Dates

October 4
Austin City Limits Festival
Austin, TX
October 5
House of Blues
Dallas, TX
October 8
White Oak Music Hall
Houston, TX
October 9
Stubb’s
Austin, TX
October 11
Austin City Limits Festival
Austin, TX
October 28
Rebel Complex
Toronto, ON
October 29
MTELUS
Montreal, QC
October 30
House of Blues
Boston, MA
November 1
Terminal 5
New York, NY
November 2
Terminal 5
New York, NY
November 4
The Fillmore
Philadelphia, PA
November 6
9:30 Club
Washington, DC
November 7
9:30 Club
Washington, DC
November 9
The Orange Peel
Asheville, NC
November 10
Tabernacle
Atlanta, GA
November 12
The Plaza Live
Orlando, FL
November 13
Revolution
Fort Lauderdale, FL
November 16
Corona Capital
Mexico City, MX
January 16
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Vancouver, BC
January 18
Showbox SoDo
Seattle, WA
January 19
Roseland Theater
Portland, OR
January 21
Fox Theater
Oakland, CA
January 24
The Wiltern
Los Angeles, CA
January 25
The Wiltern
Los Angeles, CA
January 28
The Observatory North Park
San Diego, CA
January 29
The Van Buren
Phoenix, AZ
January 31
The Union Event Center
Salt Lake City, UT
February 2
Ogden Theatre
Denver, CO
February 4
Palace Theatre
Saint Paul, MN
February 5
Riviera Theatre
Chicago, IL
February 7
Royal Oak Music Theatre
Detroit, MI
February 8
Stage AE
Pittsburgh, PA
February 10
Newport Music Hall
Columbus, OH
February 11
Marathon Music Works
Nashville, TN
February 13
The Pageant
Saint Louis, MO
February 14
The Truman
Kansas City, MO