Ali Ingle's 'KOOL-AID' is a retro sounding pop gem

Ali Ingle’s ‘KOOL-AID’ is a retro sounding pop gem

Ali Ingle advises that no one drinks the ‘KOOL-AID‘ in his hooky new track which is bound to get stuck in your mind.

Taking inspiration directly from the sounds of the ’80s the Liverpudlian artist’s ‘KOOL-AID‘ addresses cult-like themes and the delusional leaders behind them. Describing the track as “a song about thinking for yourself in a time when information is as factual as fiction“, Ingle’s latest offering is a synth packed, and ever so slightly quirky, analogy of the truth. Watch the visuals below.

When discussing his sound the now London-based singer states: “I’m not trying to change the world or make a statement. My music is just the ramblings and inner thoughts of an attention seeking kid who never quite grew up.

In addition to his songwriting and singing, Ingle is also a filmmaker, ‘Liverpool Male Artist Of The Year’, and worked with Travis on their latest top 5 album.



James Cooke

James has worked on the production side of the music industry for many years gaining releases on a number of record labels around the globe. Alongside James’ personal music projects he has trained as an illustrator, designer and a creative marketer. Taking on the role of marketing/editorial assistant at Music Crowns, James spends his days covering new and underground music creating content for our audiences through well thought out reviews and features.

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