If their two first albums “Apparitions: Revisited” and “Glo” brought them comparisons with Portishead, Switchblade Symphony, Bel Canto, Dead Can Dance, etc. the strong identity of Hungry Lucy definitely makes them stand out as different and unique. Their trip-hop rhythm arrangements are surrounded with lush melodic avantgardish orchestrations, creative electronic loops and shimmering atmospheres, while the catchy female vocals delicately merge with the music. On their 3rd album, Hungry Lucy prove to us, yet again, that the confines of one musical style just won't contain them! "To Kill A King" traverses the musical spectrum from sombre darkwave to catchy pop through more upbeat trip-hop/dance moments and other melancholic acoustic / piano songs. It offers a beautiful mixture of emotional female vocals, electrified song writing and a driving Depeche Mode-styled production. Full of contrasts and passion, this new conceptual album leads you through a tale of oppression, grief and ultimate triumph guided all along by Christa Belle’s haunting voice and very personal lyrics. Cold and glowing at the same time, Hungry Lucy’s new songs reflect once again the band’s passion for beautiful contrasts and their continuous intention to blend their familiar music-style characteristics with more captivating exotic elements. “To Kill A King” succeeds captivating you from its first listen and you rapidly find yourself asking for more. And every time you press play, the story tale takes all new sonic colours… Delightful!