Fresh off a tour supporting pop superstar Meghan Trainor playing sold-out amphitheaters all summer long, Orange County rock-reggae outfit the Common Kings have revealed details on their upcoming new album Lost In Paradise. The album is set for a February 3rd release date through the band's own Island Empire Records and will feature the group working with producers Poo Bear, DJ Flict, Dwayne "Supa Dups" Chin-Quee, Jens Koerkemeier, Rami Jrade, and co-writing a song with Justin Bieber. The Common Kings have released the title track “Lost In Paradise” on Soundcloud which you can listen to here. Lost In Paradise is currently available for pre-order online at Amazon and on iTunes with an instant download of the album’s title track.
The album is set for a February 3rd release date through the band's own Island Empire Records
To launch the album, Common Kings will hit the road with Strange Music’s rock/hip-hop group ¡Mayday!, and Makua Rothman beginning February 2nd and wrapping up with a hometown show in Los Angeles, CA at The Fonda Theatre.
Hailing from the South Pacific, and raised in Orange County, California, Common Kings’ style and music has simply been dubbed “Feel Good” music, and if you’ve ever been to one of their shows, you’ll know why. With the independent success of over 350,000 downloads of their EP’s and singles coupled together with performances around the world touring, Common Kings look to keep the momentum alive through the end of 2016. The band has been touring the globe supporting the likes of Justin Timberlake, Meghan Trainor, Sean Paul, Fifth Harmony, and CeeLo Green, and then carrying that energy over into their sold-out headlining tours.