The Kings of Leon are releasing a digital art assortment drop, NFT By yourself, this Friday, March 5, that involves actual-environment vinyl and just one-of-a-type experiences. The Legacy NFT (non-fungible token) fall coincides with the launch of the band’s 8th studio album, When You See You, also out around the world this Friday.

The assortment was made in collaboration with longtime creative husband or wife Night time Right after Night, and is getting produced offered by YellowHeart, a socially liable ticketing platform and a pioneer of the rising NFT market empowering artists to provide collectibles immediately to their admirers. For this collection, the electrical power of the band’s tunes and their new album visuals are harnessed to deconstruct, degenerate, and distort iconic band symbols and photography and the consequence is a hanging re-imagination of the band’s overall body of function. Utilizing no outside the house content, each source photograph was taken by possibly Evening Following Night Inventive Director Casey McGrath or band member Matthew Followill.

The NFT You open up edition will run for two weeks starting up March 5 at 12:00 p.m. ET. This Legacy NFT assortment involves up to 25 one of a kind items beginning with a $50 distinctive NFT collectible and minimal-edition Golden Eye Vinyl. All proceeds will profit Live Nation’s Crew Nation Fund.

In addition, collectors will have the chance to bid on one particular of 6 golden ticket ordeals, providing supporters 4 entrance row seats to the display of their deciding on, everywhere in the planet, for lifestyle.

“Here at YellowHeart, our mission is to make a symbiotic partnership among artists and enthusiasts by empowering artists to promote music and tickets right to their followers,” says CEO and Founder of YellowHeart, Josh Katz. “Through our NFT and smart deal technologies, we are transforming the way followers interact with artists. We’re thrilled to be functioning with Kings of Leon as we pioneer a clear, lover-friendly working experience that in the long run gives regulate back again to the artists and enthusiasts.”

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