Kyle T. Hurley premieres his new track titled ‘Killadelphia’ right here on Jammerzine. This track, at first listen, is a celebration of survival. An anthem to the citizens of Philadelphia and an ode to survival. That is triumphantly evident in not only the lyrics but the music. Kyle has a troubadour’s approach to songwriting. The music is reminiscent of that wonderful style of music found in the late 60s and early 70s by the likes of The Mommas and the Poppas and Janis Joplin.
With wonderfully catchy guitar work and a foot-stomping rhythm, Kyle delivers a song to remember for all of the right reasons with lyrics that not only match the beat but capture the moment.
‘It is an autobiographical song; one about the violence and racism that exists in Philadelphia, one of the best cities in the world. It is a song about a city that survives in the face of evil- a song about the city of brutal, brotherly love.’
– Kyle T. Hurley
About Kyle T. Hurley
Kyle T. Hurley is a Philadelphia-born Londonite who cut his teeth playing shows in LA. His inventive style of rock n roll infused blues has made him a known entity, enlisting the help of Robin Banerjee, known for his role playing guitar in Amy Winehouse’s band, to fill out his own sound. Inspired by Led Zeppelin, Hurley is preparing for the release of his aptly named third album, III. As part of a burgeoning scene of songwriters in London’s Camden Town, Hurley moonlights as an A&R for Spiritual Records, where he helps to highlight other emerging artists.