KILFEATHER release new single ‘Dwelling’

After releasing their full-length album Island of Forgotten Toys back in November 2020, psych rock outfit KILFEATHER are back with their latest single ‘Dwelling,’ available on all digital platforms April 26.

‘Dwelling’ is a dark and wild ride. With a high tempo shuffle that’s almost a country inspired rhythm section, it’s invariably accompanied by heavy rock guitars and eerie crooning vocals. The lyrics share a peek inside the feelings of desperation when being faced with that tough choice of finally letting go.

‘Dwelling’ marks the fourth single from KILFEATHER’s upcoming new full-length album, Armchair Revolutionaries, coming soon from Riot Records / Golden Robot Records. ‘Dwelling’ follows the release of the singles ‘Bummer’, ‘Nightmares’ and ‘Waiting to Get In’ which show KILFEATHER at the absolute top of their game and give a major insight as to what to expect from ‘Dwelling’.

KILFEATHER take us on a dirty, distorted, fuzz drenched garage rock journey that takes a psychedelic side track.

Pre-order/add/save ‘Dwelling’HERE

K. Kilfeather is an American guitarist/singer/songwriter based out of San Diego, CA.
Since 2006, K. Kilfeather has written and released hundreds of songs while forming and fronting various bands over the years. His current project “Kilfeather” features a power trio of K. on guitar/vox, Mike McGuinness on drums, and Ben Doran on bass.
Kilfeather’s music has been referred to as “psych rock”; a sound that best describes a hazy concoction of garage rock & roll mixed with dingy elements of punk, classic metal, and pop music.
K. has shared the stage with a wide variety of artists and bands all across the west coast such as; Wayne Kramer (MC5), Kyle Gass (Tenacious D), Danny Carey (Tool), Steven Adler (GunsN’Roses), HR (Bad Brains), John 5 (Rob Zombie), The Obsessed, Supersuckers, Big Business, Death Valley Girls, LA Witch, SadGirl, WAAVES, Voodoo Glow Skulls, The Vibrators, and many more.
In spring 2020, Kilfeather caught the attention of Golden Robot Global Entertainment and was signed to their punk rock and alternative label, Riot Records.