Tuesday 30 April 2024

Kings of Leon announce special 'Live in Wrexham' edition of new album

Recorded live at their Wrexham AFC’s The Racecourse Ground on 27 & 28 May last year, Kings of Leon have announced details of a special edition of their brand-new album, Can We Please Have Fun. The Live In Wrexham Edition is released on 10 May and includes 7 live recordings from the band’s sold out gigs, as well as the new album in full.

Can We Please Have Fun (Live In Wrexham Edition) will be released on 2CD and Dual Colour cassette formats and is available from here. The cover photo for the album is shot by Wrexham AFC’s club photographer, Rob Stead.

Kings of Leon’s new album Can We Please Have Fun, as its title suggests is a document of one of this era’s great rock & roll bands cutting loose, trying new things, and yes, having some fun. “It was the most enjoyable record I’ve ever been a part of,” Caleb says. “It’s like we allowed ourselves to be musically vulnerable,” Nathan adds. “I love it when a rock band is not embarrassed to admit that every song doesn’t have to be on 11.” Recorded at Dark Horse studio and produced with new collaborator Kid Harpoon (Harry Styles, Florence + the Machine), the album sees the band go back to their roots, with a whole new purpose and reimagined desire.

Kings of Leon will headline BST Hyde Park in London on Sunday 30 June, alongside special guest Paolo Nutini. Tickets are available at

Can We Please Have Fun (Live in Wrexham Edition) Tracklist:

CD1 – Can We Please Have Fun

1. Ballerina Radio
2. Rainbow Ball
3. Nowhere To Run
4. Mustang
5. Actual Daydream
6. Split Screen
7. Don't Stop The Bleeding
8. Nothing To Do
9. Television
10. Hesitation Generation
11. Ease Me On
12. Seen

CD2 – Live in Wrexham

1. Crawl
2. King of the Rodeo
3. Revelry
4. On Call
5. Find Me
6. Pyro
7. Cold Desert

Kings of Leon UK and Ireland tour dates 2024:
20th June - Leeds - First Direct Arena
22nd June - Birmingham - Utilita Arena
23rd June - Bristol - Ashton Gate Stadium
30th June - London - Hyde Park BST
2nd July - Glasgow - OVO Hydro Arena
4th July - Silverstone - British F1 Grand Prix
6th July - Dublin - Marley Park
8th July - Nottingham - Motorpoint Arena
10th July - Manchester - Co-op Live Arena


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