It’s finally here. Kiss Me, Killer’s explosive burst of punk rock candy has hit the presses and is finding its way into the hands of willing fans.
The mini album was record during that semi-open park of ‘covid lockdown’ at the legendary J&J studios, Easton, Bristol. Despite it’s short length it packs more punch than albums 10x as long… take that Iron Maiden… and has influences that take in vintage punk rock, anarcho, 60s garage, surf and psychedelia and psychobilly.
Title track, Lice, is already a crowd pleaser live, while hit single (multiple hits on YouTube) Ego Lycra Cycle Man is a highlight. Rat Race, the band’s second-oldest song, finally gets recorded in a new version while new tracks like Sports Direct take aim at the zero hours economy and Gentrification takes a wry look at economic cleansing.
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