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Sound Opinions    (NPR - WBEZ)

Kingdom of Birds are making fantastic, really smart, sophisticated post-punk music in the realm of Wire. - Jim DeRogatis

We are a featured "Buried Treasure" on episode #705 of the world's best radio show and music podcast, Sound Opinions - And Jim REALLY likes us!

February 22, 2019

KINGDOM OF BIRDS IN SOCAN WORDS AND MUSIC

We were featured in Socan Words and Music

January 28, 2017

KINGDOM OF BIRDS IN THE GLOBE AND MAIL

We got the front page of of the Arts section in the weekend Globe and Mail

Reviews and Blogs

(other people talking about us)

Take Effect

If this is the future of indie-rock, well, we should all consider ourselves very lucky.

Vents Magazine

“...smart and provocative...post-punk inspired gloss and willfully enigmatic lyrics…"

The Indie Source

“..a heavenly marriage of melodies…(Glitz) gives listeners who didn’t know much about Kingdom of Birds a reason to come back for more." 

NeuFutur

there’s really no limit to what they could achieve if they keep pursuing this medium with as much zeal as they do in Glitz.

The Revue

Listening to their latest single, “Lined Paper Song“, just further boggles the mind,

Dominionated

"Kingdom of Birds has marked out their own sweet spot, one where youth is not a liability nor a contrivance."

Pop Occulture

 Kingdom of Birds is one of those bands that gives you hope for the future of music.

Born Music

'I Cared' is an aggressive yet vulnerable new track from Canadian "Teen (and preteen) sensations" Kingdom of Birds.

buffaBlog

Kingdom of Birds will have you wishing you got a move on your music career a decade or two sooner.

Ride The Tempo

“They may be dreaming of Broken Social Scene in this song, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they grew up to be as big.”

When the Horn Blows

“Kingdom of Birds are young mavericks containing a wealth of confidence, talent and maturity that far surpasses their tender ages.”

Barry Gruff

"For fear of sounding remarkably condescending, the depth of confidence, talent, conviction and execution far surpasses their ages."

Ola's Kool Kitchen

“These kids, they sure can rock!”

Spill Magazine

The group members’ appearances were striking; they were significantly younger than most people in the audience, which is surprising considering the sophisticated quality of their music.