The Kents Premiere New Single “Caroline (I Can’t Explain)”

The Kents premiere their new single “Caroline (I Can’t Explain)” available via Apple Music at this location and Spotify at this location. Check out the Apple Music exclusive featuring lead vocalist/guitarist Warren Frank sharing the story behind the song through a new interview and archival family videos at this location. The catchy track is from the band’s sophomore ​EP Within Waves which is now available to stream and purchase via iTunes at this location and Spotify at this location.

​Says lead singer Warren Frank, ​”Caroline is a song about my grandmother Carol Frank who passed away in 1981. I never met her​, but just from the things that I’ve heard, my dad and my uncle felt a lot of what I felt as a kid. They felt security and love, which is really something you can take for granted if you have it. This song – ‘I can’t explain the ways that I need you,’ is a message to the two of them; the way that I need him and the way she left a mark on her family. Her presence is remembered and missed.”

Hailing from Lindsay, Ontario, The Kents have been an emerging force since independently releasing their debut EP Waking in 2016. The success of their latest release Within Waves has helped the band surpass 1.5-million streams on Spotify and garnered profile appearances including SiriusXM’s [email protected], CBC Radio’s The Strombo Show and MLB’s World Series.

The Kents have been featured on SiriusXm’s The Verge’s 40 Best Songs of 2017, Apple Music’s 2016 Rising Stars, Spotify’s Best of 2016 Viral Hits, Hockey Night in Canada, Canada’s Walk Of Fame Emerging Artist and earned radio support from various regional and national platforms. They’ve shared the stage for sold-out shows with The Sheepdogs, ​The Trews, The Strumbellas, The Elwins, The Fast Romantics and Hollerado and performed at festivals including Big Feastival Canada, Hamilton Supercrawl, NXNE and Wolfe Island Music Festival. The band also recently performed for Rogers Hometown Hockey™.

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