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New Music From King Tuff - A Little Band You Need To Know About

King Tuff is a band I never would have discovered on my own. That actually bugs the shit out of me because I pride myself on finding quality bands first so that I can share them with my friends and they'll be all like "I know about this cool band because Doriean told me about them!" "Doriean introduced me to this awesome band and now I can't stop listening to them!" "Doriean is so beautiful and intelligent with an incredible taste in music!" You know, normal responses.

King Tuff is a band you need to know about that I wish I had found first, but I gotta credit Jersey Mike for this one. 
Their sound is different from anything in the mainstream - plus.
They tour in small venues opening for the likes of Dinosaur, Jr. - another plus.

Kyle Thomas, the King Tuff, has one of those voices you either love or hate. That is at first. Once you hear the amazing talent Thomas has on a guitar, you'll get it. This kid from Vermont is the real deal. King Tuff's second album, King Tuff, kicked Jack White's Blunderbuss out of its top spot. I promise you, King Tuff is that good. 

So now with the upcoming album Black Moon Spell, King Tuff have released an incredible single called "Eyes of the Muse." Listening to this song sends you straight to late summer in the early '70s. It sounds like orange popsicles taste, which is fucking fantastic. The song lasts the perfect amount of time where you don't feel cheated but you still want to play it again and again. 

Give it a listen and let me know what you think:


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