With an average age of just 19, Singer Daniela is 20, Rappers Kyote and Butch are both 21 and producer NK – OK is just 16.
Even in this early stage of their development the group have already amassed support from I.D, Complex Magazine, Noisey, Dj Semtex, Paper Magazine, OK Player, The Guardian, Huck, Huw Stephens, Nemone, Clash Mag, Mista Jam and many others off the back of their first video and single released earlier in the year.
Boom is the next track to be lifted from the movement and mixtape to follow, titled Live Under No Authority, the first step on the groups still very early path. Kyote explains the bands name and title choice….“We wanted to create something that would move the generation,” he adds, “So we’re the Age Of Living Under No Authority.”
Daniela adds.... “This projects whole concept is for the people...especially the youth. The slogan 'Live Under No Authority' as anything, is open to different interpretations. For us it represents who we are and what we stand for. No one was ever going to tell us what to do with our life and/or what is right or wrong because there is no right or wrong way of doing things. It's to let the youth know that they can do whatever they want and set that path themselves.”
Butch continues on the groups ambitions….”We’d like to move commercial music from where it is now,” he states. “We want people to love that old school, musical vibe…..We want to bring that back to commercial music and move everyone.”Words beyond the bands very tender average age.
The Live Under No Authority mixtape will be available to download from http://www.liveundernoauthority.com for free and also in limited cassette format by the time you read this. They also just released the single Memory Lane digitally and as a limited 10”... The guys are in the middle of a national school tour at present look out for Live Under No Authority merch landing faster that you know it and... We’re entering The Age of L.U.N.A