Kings Of Leon deny rumours they are quitting their record label

Band use Twitter to deny new label deal

Pic: Pieter M Van Hattem
Kings Of Leon's Nathan Followill has used Twitter to deny his band are about walk out of a deal with their current label.

Online rumours have suggested that the band are on the verge of leaving Columbia and moving to Warners. However, the band's drummer has denied there is any truth to the claims.

"Once again there is another rumour circulating about KOL," he wrote. "We are not leaving our record label. We are happy where we are, now let's get drunk."

It had been claimed several days ago that band, who about to begin work on their fifth album, were splitting from their long-term home in order to secure a more favourable financial deal.

It had been alleged that they would receive better royalty rates and would have more control over their spending.


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