Single Review: King Charles-Bam Bam

Despite being executed by Cromwell and his New Model Army in 1649 King Charles releases his new single, Bam Bam, taken off his album, Youngblood.

With the pop exuberance of Queen and the imaginative insanity of Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, Prince and Adam Ant, King Charles defies explanation. Bam Bam has a distinct British feel that brings to mind artists like Jamie T and Jack Penate, while the track’s zany, dancey, 80s pop beats and random madness separate it entirely. Somehow he reminds us of a very elaborately dressed Benny Hill.

King Charles is difficult for us to fathom, but we can’t get him out of our heads. That’s cool though, we hear he needs a lend.


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