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KNIGHTSTOWN

KNIGHTSTOWN is the solo vocal/electronic project of composer and songwriter Michael Aston. He was signed to FatCat in 2016, after submitting 'Disparity' in 2014, a demo which quickly became one of the label's most listened to tracks on the FatCat Demo site. Working closely with his cousin and producer, Thomas Aston, KNIGHTSTOWN honed the project over the course of a year. The end result is a 1...

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KNIGHTSTOWN session at Brighton's Finest

Posted on Wed, 15th November, 2017

This Monday we heard KNIGHTSTOWN getting featured on Brighton's Finest!

Go check out the interview hosted by brilliant Tony Marks by clicking this link

Drag forward to 1:24:05 to listen to a beautiful acoustic version of KNIGHTSTOWN's first single "First Cry" and hear him speak about his inspirations and approach to songwriting. 


Out Today - KNIGHTSTOWN - Border

Posted on Fri, 10th November, 2017

Over the last few months KNIGHTSTOWN has steadily grown a reputation as a cerebral and hugely talented songwriter.

An EP will land in Spring 2017, but before then, the new single Border is out today.

A headline show at London's Elektrowerkz on 21st November will also be, for many, the first chance to see Knightstown's burgeoning yet accomplished live show.

Listen to the single here

Buy tickets here

Balcony TV - KNIGHTSTOWN - Live Session and Interview

Posted on Thu, 9th November, 2017

Balcony TV have just shared a live session and interview with KNIGHTSTOWN. On the session you can hear a stripped back version of 'First Cry' and listen to Michael share some thoughts on his creative process.

KNIGHTSTOWN will playing at Electrowerkz on Nov 21st. Tickets here

Watch the session here

KNIGHTSTOWN - Born Music Interview

Posted on Mon, 30th October, 2017

Born Music have just shared a wonderful interview with latest FatCat signing KNIGHTSTOWN, discussing his new single, his thoughts on technology and his classical training. 

Have a read of the interview here