Kings Of Leon tease snippet of another new song, ‘When You See Yourself’

It's the latest in a series of new snippets the band have been sharing

Kings Of Leon have shared a snippet of another new song – listen to ‘When You See Yourself’ below.

The band, who haven’t released any official new material since 2016’s ‘Walls’, have been teasing the imminent release of two new songs called ‘Must Catch The Bandit’ and ‘Feel The Way You Do’, both of which are due out January 7.

They also shared teasers for ‘Dancing In Your Head’, ‘Spin It Like We Can’ and ‘I’m Going Nowhere’ on social media, though no release date has yet been shared for them.


Now, Kings Of Leon have taken to Instagram again to tease another new track called ‘When You See Yourself’.

Listen to the new snippet below:

“Blame it on the holiday ‘cheer’, but I just feel like sharing,” the band’s bassist Jared Followill tweeted on Christmas Day (December 25) when sharing the first teasers.

He added: “@kingsofleon tweeted ‘the w8 is nearly over’ TEN MONTHS ago. Enough,” hinting that the band’s eighth album is on the horizon.

Despite no official releases arriving in the last four years, in March the band shared a live recording of a new song called ‘Going Nowhere’. The performance was recorded in their hometown of Nashville and featured only frontman Caleb Followill on acoustic guitar.


Meanwhile, Kings Of Leon were due to play their first London show since 2017 this summer, but were forced to cancel it by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Reviewing the band’s last album, 2016’s ‘Walls’, NME wrote: “The Followills have remembered how much they like giant choruses and on ‘Walls’ have written 10 of them.

“‘Walls’ just feels fresh. Kings Of Leon were great as a cult band, and great as a stadium band. It doesn’t matter which they do, just as long as they do it with conviction. And here they sound more focused and alive than they have for a while.”