THE SOUND OF KENELIS is a combination of Grunge, Punk and Anthemic Shoegaze all fused together in a big pot of Rock! Comparisons have included the raw angst of Hole, vulnerability of Placebo and diversity of Radiohead. Kenelis are constantly developing their sound and are known for experimenting with different time signatures and song structures, whilst staying true to creating unpretentious memorable rock music.
IN JANUARY 2009 Kenelis released their much anticipated debut album ‘Remember How It Felt’ produced by Angus Cowan (Reuben, Redwood) on their indie label Black Grass Records. To promote the album, Kenelis have released singles ‘Nobody See’s Me (But You)’ and ‘Drained’ and produced two professional music videos. Rapid album sales exceeded expectations by selling out three times within the first three weeks on hmv.com.
SO FAR THEIR CAREER HAS INCLUDED sharing the stage with the likes of Reuben, Hundred Reasons, Your Codename is: Milo, Fightstar, Ghost of a Thousand and The Levellers (Mark Chadwick). Exposure includes XFM, Total Rock Radio Metal Head Radio and various Student Radio stations all over the UK. Kenelis have played various Festivals including the famous Rock Sound Cave at Guilfest. Pride history includes London, Nottingham & Brighton and the band have generated a fast growing loyal following in well established London venues including the Borderline, Monto Water Rats, Jamm, 229 & The Cobden Club.
KENELIS HAVE A RAPIDLY INCREASING FANBASE with strong online presence, which can be seen over all the major social networking sites. Kenelis work hard to connect with their fans and understand that fan loyalty is imperative for a long lasting career.
2010 WILL DELIVER A NEW ALBUM and a tour including Festivals & Prides all over the UK. The new sound of Kenelis is current, original and on target to fill a huge gap in the market. For too long the industry has been empty of established female vocalists that wont take any prisoners and rock it as hard as the boys. With an army of sound and a musical ability to make you stand up and take notice Kenelis are ready to fill that void.
‘One of the UK's next generation Stadium Rockers’... Loud Horizon Magazine
'Keep a close eye on this lot'... Rocksound Magazine