K Sera Announces Single Release Date

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          Ladies and Gentlemen, the wait is almost over! K Sera is coming back on November 12th and they're coming back with a vengeance. Mark your calendars, because this is something you do not want to miss.

          K Sera has been hard at work to give listeners a whole new taste for their palettes. With the collaborative work with The Dear Hunter's Casey Crescenzo, you know it's going to be good. With the momentum that K Sera has been building for their debut album release, fans are excitably waiting for the moment of truth. 

     Guy Fawkes will be changing his phrase to "Remember, remember, the twelfth of November," once the single "Dream Like I Do" is released. Following this release, we will soon enough be given the much anticipated album release.

Soon enough my friends, soon enough. Stay tuned for a review exclusive from Tunage and keep up with all things K Sera right here:

https://www.facebook.com/kseratheband

Written by Deanna Trombley

- Tunage
 
 
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For the past couple of weeks, K Será has been working with The Dear Hunter's Casey Crescenzo in the production of their first full length album. It's expected to be released later this year.


Asleep At the Wheel - The Cantos II

          So stay tuned, because these guys have big things planned for this year, which includes a tour for their album release. K Será is a progressive indie rock band that has released 3 EPs the latest being The Cantos II. They've also have come up with two music videos, "Me Before Women and Children", and "We Were Thinking of Evolving" which you can watch at the video vault in out media page. There's a saying that I've heard among the fan base, "It's either you've never heard of them, or you love them". That's because they bring a unique energetic sound to the table, and they put everything they have into their performances. The first time I ever heard if them is when I first saw them live, I had no money to buy their EP, but found a $5 bill on the ground on my way out after the show. Tell me that's not divine intervention. I bought that Machinist EP like there was no tomorrow. "Little War" was a single they released, but then re-released as a new version in The Cantos II and has become a bit of an anthem among the fans. I suggest you check these guys out, because these vigilantes are bringing a storm, and you want to be a part of it once it happens. Cruise on over to their facebook page to stay tuned.

-Tunage