FORGET ABOUT Kings is actually the creation of singer/songwriter Pete Mitchell. A indigenous of Providence, RI, Mitchell transferred around a whole lot as a kid because of his Air Drive dad. In middle college he fulfilled and became friends with guitarist Neil Robins, and even though they performed shows jointly throughout senior high school, it wasn’t until university which the initial incarnation of FORGET ABOUT Kings was officially produced. Both added bassist Adam DeGraide with their lineup and performed shows throughout New England. Ultimately, though, the initial duo made a decision to re-locate to LA using a different music group they’d been playing in, successfully finishing the Kings. When that various other group eventually dissolved, Mitchell transformed his attention back again to the visible arts, which he’d examined in university, and found just work at Disney as well as the Jim Henson Business animating video gaming. By 2005, he was fed up with creating for other folks and wished to focus more by himself work. Out of nowhere, his older pal Robins (right now of Dirt Poor Robins) known as him up stating DeGraide had began the record label Astonish Entertainment and wished to sign FORGET ABOUT Kings. Which was all the press Mitchell required, and quickly enough, he’d reinstated the name and created enough materials for an recording. With Robins in the creation seat, FORGET ABOUT Kings’ self-titled work made an appearance through Astonish in March 2007. Regarded as by Mitchell to be always a “thank-you letter towards the ’80s,” the recording filtered pop tradition referrals (The Karate Child, Knight Rider, The Muppet Display, etc.) through upbeat pop/rock and roll with hook funk edge.