Nashville-based alt pop/rock indie trio Kid Politics has inked deals with several companies ahead of the release of their debut EP Lost In The Jungle, out Friday, Dec. 14 (Suit Music/Riser House Records).
They have aligned with Jarrod Holley‘s Suit Music for management, and most recently, added Paradigm Talent Agency to handle booking, peermusic for sync licensing, Riser House Records for distribution and Ritholtz/Levy for legal representation.
The band includes frontman Kelby Dover, Michael Mann on drums and Nick Arbuckle on bass. Kid Politics formed less than a year ago in Nashville, and has performed at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and earned a main stage slot at Nashville’s Fourth of July celebration.
Produced by David Spencer (Hunter Hayes/Jacob Whitesides) and Andrew Dixon (Sabrina Carpenter/Matt Wertz), Lost in the Jungle includes five tracks all co-written by Kid Politics’ frontman Dover.
“Kid Politics is one of the most exciting alt pop/rock bands to emerge out of the fast growing Nashville Music indie music scene over the past few years,” says peermusic creative executive Craig Currier. “They have the entire package to break through to the next level – stellar songwriting, an energetic and commanding live show and lead singer/front man Kelby Dover has one of the most powerful yet soulful vocals I’ve heard in a long time. We’re thrilled to be working with them and look forward to being part of their future success.”
More news on 2019 tour dates will be announced in the coming weeks.
Lost In The Jungle Tracklist:
1. Lost in the Jungle (Kelby Dover, Jonathan Sherwood, Jimi Bell, David Spencer)
2. California Vibes (Dover, Sherwood, Bell, Spencer)
3. Heartline (Dover, Bell, Spencer, Garen Geuyikian)
4. Moving On (Dover, Bell, Nicholas D’Andrea)
5. Did it Anyway (Dover, Sherwood)
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