Hellos & Goodbyes
The Copper Kings' music has been described as an upbeat modern blend of the past four decades of American Radio Rock. The wide landscape of The Copper Kings' 2009 debut release 'Hellos and Goodbyes' stretches from crunchy guitars with emotionally charged lyrics, to the more contemplative and catchy mid-tempo songs describing what it's like to be in and out of love. Flirting with a multitude of styles and genres, it's clear that The Copper Kings draw their eclectic influences from as many successful radio artists as there are songs on 'Hellos and Goodbyes.' While blurring the lines between rock's subgenres, The Copper Kings maintain the common thread of a strong pop sensibility that is sure to have you waking up the next morning still singing the songs. Hellos and Goodbyes was recorded in 2009 at Keene Sound Studio in Seattle and was co-produced by Phil Austin and Max Keene. Independently released, the album has met with excellent reviews and impressive distribution with songs "Disarray" and "Am I Too Late" garnering particular interest and acclaim. The band's favorite quote thus far was that Disarray "...has a hook that's 4 miles wide!!"