Better Noise Music recording artists All Good Things releases the new track “Kingdom”. Along with the audio track, the band has also released a new video recorded at YouTube Studios. “Kingdom” pairs powerful lyrics with the band’s EPIC ROCK music, and a cinematic style representative of their trajectory.
The video for “Kingdom” features a compelling performance from the band, with lead singer Dan Murphy’s strong vocals cutting through the sonic wall of guitars, bass and drums. Background lights get brighter as the song builds reflecting the emotional power of the lyrics and the force of the music.
In talking about the song the band explains:
“‘Kingdom’ is about sticking together through adversity, despite our differences. If we stand united, shoulder to shoulder the sons and the daughters, even when everything is falling apart around us, we can survive and overcome anything”.
“We were thinking about how our hometown LA is starting to look more and more apocalyptic, kinda like “Escape from LA”. It’s a damaged, broken kingdom, but it’s ours and we’ll always fight for it and if someone/anyone talks trash about it. Till our last breath, we’ll defend her!”.
In a masterful feat of reverse-engineering, the five members of this Los Angeles-based collective have become a potent musical force in almost the exact opposite fashion from how most groups get their start, bypassing the traditional “this is how the band got together” storyline in favor of an origin story more dynamic, more contemporary and very much in tune with how music is discovered and consumed two decades into the 21st century. Called ‘the band created by their fans’ All Good Things had never planned to make albums and tour but were urged down that path by their loyal following.
As the band releases its Better Noise debut single, their previous track “For The Glory” is perhaps sitting in the best possible position a rock outfit can hope for. The monumental track has been featured in TV (Bones, Criminal Minds, Vampire Diaries), film, gaming (Mortal Kombat), live sporting events (Olympics, NHL,WWE) and advertising all over the world and has been streamed over 30 million times on YouTube and 100 Million across all platforms.
All Good Things has plans to release a full album in early 2021.