The Kooks are a British indie rock band from Brighton, consisting of Luke Pritchard, Peter Denton, Hugh Harris and Alexis Nunez. The are best known for tracks such as She Moves in Her Own Way, Ooh La and Naïve.
Formed in 2002, the band signed to Virgin Records and released their debut album, 'Inside In/Inside Out' in 2006, which hit #2 in the UK Albums Chart. 'Konk' followed in 2008 and gave the band their first #1 album. Their third album, ‘Junk of the Heart’, was released in 2011, and their last album, ‘Listen’ came out in 2014. The band released a compilation, ‘The Best of... So Far’, in May 2017.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the UK, Ireland and North America and have performed at festivals such as Reading and Leeds and V. They recently toured the UK supporting their Best Of album.
In August 2018, they released their a brand new record, 'Let's Go Sunshine', which they toured far and wide in support of it: in Australia, Europe, the UK and US in their schedule.
The Kooks will headline London's Community Festival in June and Manchester's Sounds Of The City in July 2019. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Incredible power, the best part of Orange Warsaw Festival
Warsaw National Stadium on June 14 2014
Concert of The Kooks was a part of Orange Warsaw Festival in Poland. In fact I was there only for them and I hoped they wouldn't let me down. They didn't. From first minutes of performance it was perfect. Luke Pritchard, vocalist of The Kooks sounded great in live, just like on original version of those songs. They had great contact with public and had so much energy during whole concert, that's why the atmosphere of the concert was unique. Also was really nice that they didn't play only new songs from "Listen" but some older songs like: "Seaside", "Sway", "Naive" or "Ooh la" too. For me everything was perfect and I can't wait to experience this one more time.
Mon 3rd Sep 2018
Photo: Andrew Whitton
The UK indie boom of the early noughties produced some genuinely great bands, with Arctic Monkeys, the Libertines and Bloc Party all exploding onto the scene. Many of them are still going strong today, having maintained at least some semblance of cultural relevance and commercial success.