Kill Your Boyfriend: The Day The Music Died

Clearly infatuated with both the history and the sound of rock 'n' roll, Treviso, Italy-based two piece Kill Your Boyfriend, take their inspiration from times past and implement it into their own, dark, experimental and deeply underground sound. In a way, the band bridges the gap between what at first glance appear to be two very disparate worlds and unites them into one cohesive whole.

The new single's title alone speaks volumes to those in the know. The same audience will probably find the accompanying video to The Day The Music Died to be incredibly grim.

The Day The Music Died is the definition of KYB's unconventionality—noisy, unorthodox, and unpredictable—and it's also an accurate representation of a pretty great album which needs to be thoroughly explored to be fully appreciated.

Voodoo is out through Sister 9 Recordings (Europe), Little Cloud Records (North America), and Shyrec (Itay).

Photo courtesy of Kill Your Boyfriend

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