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About Kings Of Convenience

Hailing from Norway, the Kings of Convenience are the indie set's very own Simon & Garfunkel. Sometimes they sound like an acoustic version of Belle & Sebastian without any girls. But when these two are locked into perfect, close-harmony (Check out "Winning A Battle, Losing The War"), they can birth that third overtone harmonic.

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Listen toKings Of Convenienceon Rhapsody

Hailing from Norway, the Kings of Convenience are the indie set's very own Simon & Garfunkel. Sometimes they sound like an acoustic version of Belle & Sebastian without any girls. But when these two are locked into perfect, close-harmony (Check out "Winning A Battle, Losing The War"), they can birth that third overtone harmonic.

About Kings Of Convenience

Hailing from Norway, the Kings of Convenience are the indie set's very own Simon & Garfunkel. Sometimes they sound like an acoustic version of Belle & Sebastian without any girls. But when these two are locked into perfect, close-harmony (Check out "Winning A Battle, Losing The War"), they can birth that third overtone harmonic.

About Kings Of Convenience

Hailing from Norway, the Kings of Convenience are the indie set's very own Simon & Garfunkel. Sometimes they sound like an acoustic version of Belle & Sebastian without any girls. But when these two are locked into perfect, close-harmony (Check out "Winning A Battle, Losing The War"), they can birth that third overtone harmonic.