Debut album ‘Lonely in a modern way’ – released in September 2008
EP (digital) ‘Petit fours’ released in May 2009
2nd full album ‘There is only becoming’ is on the way
a few of the exposures www.aol.com – Best New Rock sectio www.spinner.com – in the top slidesho Artrocker – live review U Artrocker – Alphabeat vs. Kind of gir Female First – Celebrety Interview Chromewaves – 200 lifeiscarbon
industry details at myspace.com/kindofgirlindustryinfo
UK review by Whisperin & Hollerin 'Kind Of Girl''Lonely In A Modern Way' - Label: 'trak2r'- Genre: 'Pop' - Release Date: 'June 2008'Our Rating: 9 out of 10 starsWe only recently reviewed a copy of this band's stunning single Slave...
Live review UK by Artrocker KIND OF GIRL are fronted by a small girl that looks like Velma from Scooby Doo - that's right, the brown haired one that wears glasses. Her name is Sissel, and her Copenhagen based group will make...
UK review by Whisperin & Hollerin 'Kind Of Girl'
'Lonely In A Modern Way'
- Label: 'trak2r'
- Genre: 'Pop' - Release Date: 'June 2008'
Our Rating: 9 out of 10 stars
We only recently reviewed a copy of this band's stunning single Slave To Your Charms. Well the forthcoming album Lonely In A Modern Way seems to have caught this reviewer's ear as well...
As we raved previously, Slave To Your Charms is a fantastic album opener that somehow gets the blood pumping and chills you out at the same time.
While the album in general might not quite match the standard of the opener, you can be assured that when there is a slight lull, the band are right back on top of things come the next track. Someone You Replaced is a beautiful example of KOG's ability to flirt with the acoustic and the electronic; a very sad song in it's entirety that works amazingly well.
By the time that album closer Poetry Boy comes around, the rousing opening riff ploughs through to, again, a touching chorus. Kind of Girl prove on this album that they are masters of emotive pop.
Live review UK by Artrocker KIND OF GIRL are fronted by a small girl that looks like Velma from Scooby Doo - that's right, the brown haired one that wears glasses. Her name is Sissel, and her Copenhagen based group will make you feel more alive than a pair of crocodile clips on your ghoulies.
The band start off with a few enjoyable (if unnecessary) Europop songs, then evolve into a frankly stunning display of erotic synth-rock. 'The More I Love You' is a tragic love song that blossoms like a poison flower. 'I Meet You' is a vulnerable and confessional, while 'Poetry Boy' has a deathly cinematic outro to die for.
Potent and genuinely moving, they'll shiver your timbers if you happen to catch them next time they return to England (which, according to their myspace is... er... TBA. God damnitt!)