Written In Kings’ mission is to change the environment around them. The band have held true to this statement whether playing at the Millennium Stadium, the Ricoh Arena or the O2 Academy, Islington. It doesn’t matter who WIK are in front of, they seek to bring hope and truth to those around them.
After years of playing live, Written In Kings undoubtedly have a hunger and passion to reach people globally with a testimony that is deepening every day. The band personify passion from the stage as the seek to walk in the footsteps of their inspirations before them. Written In Kings’ music evolves with their walk in life and is rooted in British rock’n’roll from The Rolling Stones through to Royal Blood. Role models for the band’s culture and music are Switchfoot and Needtobreathe.
Everything WIK strives for is excellence, whether it is in live performance or recorded music, the hope is that it will change your world, even if just for a moment. Due to this hunger for greatness, Written In Kings have been BBC Radio Wales’ artist of the week and are featured on UCB, Premier Radio, TBN and Relevant Magazine, to name a few, as well as playing at the UKs leading Christian Festivals. The band have an intense work ethic and are continuously seeking the next adventure.
The heart of the band is to serve communities everywhere with their music by changing lives one person at a time. Written In Kings are Ambassadors for Compassion and seek to help release children from poverty as they firmly believe that poverty is a lie that no child should have to live under. Alongside this, WIK will be launching a community project in the near future that will be focused on changing lives and instilling hopes, dreams and aspirations to individuals, towns, cities and your community.