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    Soiree, Field of Kings
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    When Laren and I were discussing what we wanted this album to mean, we knew that it could be seen as a 'relationship' storyboard. Not that that's what we were trying to do, it just came out that way. We could have named it Ultimate Sorrow Souls or just something incredibly depressing, but we didn't want to look at our past like that. The song 'Worn & Torn' (watch the promo video above) shows our idea behind the title the best, it really defined the album. It's a celebration of being at the highest point you think you can possibly feel. Looking back at the hard times and the heartache just seems like a horrible nightmare. You live you learn, you become a better person after those encounters.

    The biggest challenge completing the album was wrapping our minds around the idea of what 'releasing' an album meant. What does that mean? Well, I see it as a stepping stone. We did this, we wrote those songs, now how can we take it to the next level. We released a few minor albums back in high school and never really did anything with them. They were just done to say we did it I guess. I didn't want that to be the final thought after we finished Soirée. With this album we're doing all we can and above. It's not just going to be a trophy we throw up on our mantle and idolize until it collects the dust, we're pushing every avenue we have access to and creating more by doing so.

    I'm not going to lie, the writing and recording of the songs was the easy part. It's all the chaotic mess of pushing, promoting, legal documents, and mounds of paper work that drove me crazy. It's like a sick addiction though, I love it at the same time."

    Most people assume there was some deep thought process that went into selecting the band's name, but as Tyler explains that isn't how it was chosen at all, "The name. Ha, to be honest I saw a sign that said Kingsfield and just switched the words around. It wasn't until later that we really understood what that name meant to us. Field of Kings is that feeling of ultimate happiness, being on top of the world, a place where everybody is a King. Growing up, we would go out at night, gather around bonfires, drink, listen to music, and just enjoy the company of people we chose to be around. We were a field of kings. The name carries me into the idea for the album title, Soirée. The word 'soiree' literally means a nighttime gathering, generally accompanied by music. Once I saw that, it clicked. It had to be the title. It went along with the idea behind Field of Kings so well."

    Field of Kings will be performing and being interviewed by WFPK this Friday, April 13, at 3pm. Tune in!

    WHAT: Field of Kings CD Release Party

    WHEN: Saturday, April 14, 9:30pm Doors

    WHERE: Hard Rock Cafe, 4th Street Live!

    COST: $5

    AGES: 21+ after 9pm


    Photos and Videos: Courtesy of Field of Kings, photography by Daniel Frank, 750FOUR PRODUCTIONS



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    About Anna Blanton

    Anna Blanton holds a Bachelors of Arts in Music (violin) and a Minor in Marketing from the University of Louisville. Anna currently plays with the Paducah Symphony, Southern Sirens, and The Porch Possums. She is also organizes the backup string section for the Beatles festival, Abbey Road on the River.

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