Opus Kink’s sound has been described by the NME as “the point where punk and jazz combine in grimy circumstances.”
The Brighton sextet released their debut EP, 'Til The Stream Runs Dry, earlier this year to rave reviews. They’re a band who manage to sound wild, free-spirited and on the edge of collapse whilst retaining complete control of their tight-knit, intricate, and infectious melodies.
Reviews of their live shows have been as enjoyable and adrenaline fuelled as you’d expect, and they’ve quickly gained a reputation as one of the most exciting live bands around.
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