King Commoner's first EP The Heart's Electric (released in May 2019) was recorded with drummer Emily Dolan Davies (Tricky, Brian Ferry) and Grammy-winning Capitol Records engineer Evren Göknar.
His next album Peril & Woe expanded the sound deeper into country roots, bringing together three outlaw tunes of heartache and longing. The video for album closer Even Though premiered on Twangville:
Peril & Woe goes right on through the Southern vein and bears some definite old-school country riffs." --Twangville
King Commoner's first EP "The Heart's Electric" (released in May 2019) was recorded with drummer Emily Dolan Davies (Tricky, Brian Ferry) and Grammy-winning Capitol Records engineer Evren Göknar.
"The Heart's Electric proves that country and pop can successfully coexist as long as the songs earnestly come from the heart." --Adobe & Teardrops
"In The Heart’s Electric, King Commoner shifts out the beauty and hope of the world, one drowning in tragedy and disaster. In mixing synthetic electronics with the organic instruments, allowing the melody to really breathe, the Los Angeles musician and singer-songwriter unearths a new way of consuming (and then digesting) life’s crucial lessons" --B-Sides & Badlands