Kingsley Flood’s Take On The American Dream

Kingsley Flood in the Radio Boston studios (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

Kingsley Flood in the Radio Boston studios (Robin Lubbock/WBUR)

They’ve been called the best live band in Boston.

Kingsley Flood’s debut album “Dust Windows” landed them an interview on NPR’s “Weekend Edition Sunday.” This week they release a much-anticipated follow-up EP called “Colder Still.”

When the band performed in our studios, lead singer Naseem Khuri said the new material is all about “the American Dream,” which he thinks is about choices, rather than material things.


  • Steve Lord, Chris Barrett, Jenée Morgan, George Hall, Nick Balkin, and Naseem Khuri;  Kingsley Flood


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