Full length album available for purchase, featuring seven additional tracks:
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After countless miles out on the road - from opening for Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Josh Ritter and Lucius to kicking off the main stage at last summer's Newport Folk Festival - Kingsley Flood finally decided to capture the intensity of its live shows on record. So the band came home to Boston, took over the basement of a historic armory building for two nights and invited a few friends over.
The result, Live at the Armory, captures Kingsley Flood’s essence, what Esquire Magazine called "the kind of hard-rocking folk punk that makes you want to dance with the person next to you and then punch them in the face. In a totally good way."
Featuring evolved versions of fan favorites "Waiting on the River to Rise" and "Strongman" from Boston Music Awards' 2013 Album of the Year Battles, and anchored by singer/songwriter Naseem Khuri's vignette-style of character-driven storytelling, Live at the Armory pulses with the infectious energy and emotion that define the band’s live performances.