Kyoto Protocol Enters Top 10 Malaysian iTunes Rock Chart with “Dispensable”


Despite the song title, Kyoto Protocol has proven themselves to be an indispensable member of the Malaysian rock scene as “Dispensable” enters the Malaysian iTunes rock chart at #7.

Since their inception in 2009, Kyoto Protocol has shown Malaysia time and time again that they aren’t to be forgotten. Beginning with the ever popular hit “Pussycat” on the Hitz.FM MET 10 (at number 1), they weren’t just a one hit wonder as they came right back with the album “Catch These Men”.

With¬†positive reviews from fans and news outlets alike¬†for “Now You’re Gone“, having “Dispensable” in the top 10 Malaysian iTunes Rock chart is further testament to the ability and talent of this local band.

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Of course, none of this could ever have come to fruition without the existence of Kyoto Protocol’s strong and supportive fanbase – AKA the K-Peeps. Thank you guys for being around and making all of this possible!

Watch Kyoto Protocol’s latest music video “Now You’re Gone”

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See y’all soon,
Kimmy