Rising pop star King Princess’ debut album Cheap Queen is due October 25 and she premiered new album track “Ain’t Together”.
Written and produced in Los Angeles by King Princess and Mike Malchicoff, Cheap Queen features contributions from Tobias Jesso Jr., Father John Misty and The Dap-Kings.
Previously released album tracks include “Prophet” which Rolling Stone calls, “a soulful rock slow-burner,” “Cheap Queen” and the interlude “Useless Phrases.” NPR praises, “For King Princess, a 20-year-old who’s currently blooming into a queer icon, ‘Cheap Queen’ has it all.”
King Princess is set to embark on a North American headline tour this fall that includes stops at New York’s Terminal 5, DC’s 9:30 Club, Los Angeles’ The Wiltern and many more. This year has seen King Princess grace festival stages this year at Coachella, Governors Ball, Glastonbury and most recently at Lollapalooza and Osheaga. Exclaim says of her Montreal performance, “King Princess” gave everything the crowd wanted, and then some.”
Cheap Queen follows a breakout 2018 for King Princess. Her debut single, an ode to untold queer histories titled “1950,” became an overnight smash hit with over 250 million streams to date, while her debut EP, Make My Bed, was released to widespread critical acclaim. Since the release, King Princess has gone to collaborate with FionaApple for the reimagining of “I Know” earlier this year and share the critically acclaimed “Pussy Is God” which has streamed over 17 million times to date.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, King Princess is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. The product of a musical family, she spent much of her childhood tinkering on the vintage Neve board in her father’s Brooklyn studio, learning guitar and piano along the way. King Princess’ debut album is set to for release this year.