Band will hit the road at the end of the year
‘Listen’ comes with a piece of advice from Luke Pritchard. ”This is evolution, so take my hand”, he sings on ‘Are We Electric’, a dizzying song that sounds like it…
Band will head out on the road in support of new album 'Listen'
Frontman Luke Pritchard discusses his band's change in musical direction
Frontman Luke Pritchard discusses band's reinvention
Band say there were inspired by directord Luke Besson and Quentin Tarantino
The three day event comes to an end with shows from Jagwar Ma, Jungle and Ratking
Band will release their fourth album on September 1
Band will appear at The Cow in West London
The single is the first to be taken from the band's comeback album
Band will preview new album at four shows in May
The track was written by the band's frontman Luke Pritchard and Inflo
Pritchard refuses to share fans with the 'X Factor' boyband
'I've never done anything like it,' says singer of his new creative direction
Bassist hits back at claims he was booted out in 2008 due to 'drug addiction'
Singer spent two hours in a plane bog penning 'Time Above The Earth'
Most people still regard [a]The Kooks[/a] as a kind of shrink-wrapped [a]Libertines[/a] for pre-teens: The Libertweenies, if you will. This is harsh, especially when you consider even Johnny bloody Borrell…
Luke Pritchard says 'nothing can touch' the band now though
Luke Pritchard admits he penned new track 'Mr Nice Guy' about the class A substance
Luke Pritchard's mob will play their only UK festival show at Oxfordshire festival
Track will appear on Brighton band's third album 'Junk Of The Heart'
Band to take new album 'Junk Of The Heart' out on tour
Band's third album is out on September 12
Band reveal which smaller venues they’ll play after fan vote
Band ask fans for venue suggestions
Luke Pritchard reveals details of album three
Luke Pritchard plays acoustic track in singer's memory
Luke Pritchard and co to preview new album in June on island
Band play underneath London's Westway
Line-up for collaborative gig grows again