Across the album’s 20 tracks you’ll hear fan favourite Night Train through to a live version of Love is A Deserter which highlights the duo’s musical chemistry, as well as the faultless rendering of their studio recordings.
Deeper into the record Mosshart gives Screamin’ Jay Hawkins a run for his money, her soulful vocals born for his seminal track I Put A Spell On You. Purveyors of blues rock and effortless cool, the release is proof The Kills will stand the test of time with their idiosyncratic style.
Little Bastards by The Kills is out Dec 11 via Domino.
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