“Little Miss Magic” by folk pop trio The Quicksilver Kings is a festive production with mass appeal. The band which calls Hull home is a festival performance favorite and “Little Miss Magic”, the latest release from the trio’s upcoming full-length album. The song is upbeat, loveable and brings to life the distinct sounds of folk music, rock, and pop into a remarkable listening experience. The Quicksilver Kings give fans a feel-good performance that is without a doubt illuminated in professional musicianship and plenty of personality.
“Little Miss Magic” is introduced with light acoustic instrumentals and a seemingly retro vibe. The mood changes however, and the musical expression then morphs into an up-tempo series of energetic chords. Fierce guitars riffs and powerful percussion progress as the band executes the song’s lyrics in an absolutely flawless manner. “Little Miss Magic” is reminiscent to rock before it’s alternative evolution.
In addition to the magnetic music performed by The Quicksilver Kings on “Little Miss Magic”, the songwriting is equally as mesmerizing; this is the type of hit that you want to play over and over again. The song has power, meaning, most of all it’s righteously infectious. From lead vocals to the band’s harmonization, The Quicksilver Kings hit every note with perfection while illustrating the performance with scintillating metaphors.
“Little Miss Magic” is a must-add to your music playlist. The Quicksilver Kings’ latest release is certain to give you a positive mood when you find yourself in need of a lift. If you are a fan of the the classic rock sounds of the Eagles on “Witchy Woman” or the roots rock vibes of Tom Petty, you’ll definitely appreciate the sounds of The Quicksilver Kings.
The Official Music Video for “Little Miss Magic” is equally as enjoyable, complete with visual ironies and a generous bit of humor. Check out the video below.
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“She’s a genie in a bottle making dreams come true”-The Quicksilver Kings, Little Miss Magic
Hailing from Hull, City of Culture 2017, The Quicksilver Kings formed their collective in 2012 through a mutual love of brewed beverages, camp-fires and old music. The band’s writing style has been described as “sixties-inspired” to include “melodic and hook-laden songs” that are both nostalgic and addicting.
In 2009, lead singer Keith Hagger appeared on The Secret Millionaire, where he helped to raise £20,000 for a local charity. After making the appearance on the Secret Millionaire, he went on to record his initial demos and later performed at Hull’s Freedom Festival on the main stage. Keith’s style has been likened to the styles of Buddy Holly and the Everly Brothers with a “freshness to it that never fails to blow people away” (The Quicksilver Kings).
In 2012, a chance encounter, a legend and a little tobacco brought together Keith, The Kinky Wizard, and Jamie, now known as The Quicksilver Kings. The band commenced to performing at local Hull pubs and open mic shows. The band describes their adventure as a “fine line between chaos and harmony” (The Quicksilver Kings).
The Quicksilver Kings have garnered a faithful following and since the band’s inception, have received airplay on local and national BBC radio alongside names such as Dodgy, The Beat, The Christians, and the CC Smugglers. The band played at Hull’s Humber Street Sesh Festival in 2016 and is set to debut their full-length album in 2017.
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