Pioneering British rock’n’roll, the super-suave four-piece Kaleidophone are presenting their new single ‘What You’re Made Of’. Out Jan 13th 2014.
The track is a fresh take in the indie genre - engineered to the tee with a range of shamelessly high-driven melodies and uplifting sounds.
‘What You’re Made Of’ has multiple approaches to the guitar, mighty choral waves and smashing drums driving the song towards an uninhibited crescendo.
Forged within the band’s own recording studio, the feeling of a quality, powerful and invested song comes across very clearly.
Kaleidophone, was formed in 2007 in Maidstone, Kent includes: Al Holland, James Holland, Mark Thompson and Mark Wells.
They cite their influences as outfits like The Wombats and Vampire Weekend, while also praising traditional motivators like Jeff Buckley and the Eagles.
But unlike most bands, the four-piece built their own recording studio as they started their creative process back in 2007.
Using the studio as their nerve-centre, they spent years making records and producing the sound they have today.
Kaleidophone’s debut album ‘What’s Your Tonic’ was released in 2011, and was hailed a great success by the band.
Now they are looking to build on their accomplishments as a potentially massive British rock and roll act with the release of the distinguishing track ‘What You’re Made Of’.
‘What You’re Made Of’ is out TODAY (January 13, 2014)