King King has postponed the release of its upcoming album, Maverick. The album will now be released on November 27th. The album was originally supposed to be released in October but was then pushed back to November 6th and now the 27th.
“It is with a heavy heart that we as King King, have to let you know we have had a slight issue in regards to the artwork for the album which means that it has had to be recalled in order for this to be fixed,” King King in a statement “We have worked so hard on this record and we feel that you guys deserve the absolute best quality from all aspects of production that we are able to give you so…in simple terms it means now – especially with new restrictions imposed on all industries a few more weeks is needed to deliver the album to you.”
The band added, “We understand that you guys have been waiting patiently to have the new album in your hands and we know this delay will be frustrating but if we can ask you to hang in there just a little longer, it will be worth the wait. We feel we have the best fans in the world and hope you will understand that this is disappointing and frustrating for us too but, we promise you the best album we have ever made.”
King King plans to release a new single from the album, “Dance Together”, on Friday, November 6th.