Goodbye, Kings


Goodbye, Kings were born in the late 2012 in Milan, Italy.
The debut lp “Au Cabaret Vert”- based on Toulouse Lautrec’s paintings and Arthur Rimbaud and Masaoka Shiki’s poems – was released in November 2014.

The critically acclaimed follow-up album “Vento” was released on the 7th of November 2016 and it was inspired by the myths, legends and poems about the wind.
On December 9th 2017 a new song called “Targa Florio, 1906” was featured in a split album with canadian band Spruce Trap and it dealt with the bravery and madness of the first pilot soldiers of the beginning of the twentieth century.

“A Moon Daguerreotype”, the third album, was released in May 2019 and it tried to reconnect with the sky, through the ancient traditional eye of the camera obscura and the daguerreotype tecnique.

The fourth album speaks in one track, on the basis of the symphonic poem, with a narrative structure based on the cycle of the existence and the turning of seasons. It is called “The Cliche Of Falling Leaves”.

A film representation with dance performers was also shot to follow the pièce.


No shows booked at the moment.