by Kick To Kill

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The band’s debut single (‘Quit Tomorrow’) was hailed in 2007 as “the single best song I’ve heard from a Scottish group in a very long time” (Heaven Or Las Vegas) while Jim Gellatly described Kick To Kill as “a band that lives up to it’s hype… Really phenomenal” on his XFM show.

The band’s original line up disintegrated within days of the single release, leaving the essential core of Dave Cook, Harris Hill and Lewis Macaulay. The following 2 years were colourful to say the least. The whistlestop history tour goes like this. In 2007 the band, along with Flowers In The Dustbin, created the Glasgow live event 'The Darkwave Opera' which played to packed audiences in venues including Barfly, The 13th Note, The Captain’s Rest and The Beat Club. Support slots included The Fall, John Cooper Clarke and A Place To Bury Strangers. The band were also selected by The Damned to play on their Twisted Cabaret tour. Fast forward to 2009 and, following a near death band member experience, Kick To Kill were back with a new fourth member, Ewen Shearer, and the purest, aggressive, nihilistic rock’n’roll you’re likely to hear this side of Funhouse era Stooges.

The first track to emerge from the dark was 'Cut Me', engineered and mixed by Dave Cook and Iain Cook (Aerogramme, Twilight Sad and a beat combo called Chvrches).


released November 2, 2009



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Flowers In The Dustbin Glasgow, UK

Flowers In The Dustbin is a multi media collective: music, books, films, event instigator. To date we have released 37 singles, eps, albums, books & films. 2016 sees releases from The Echo Session and The Deadline Shakes with more to come. Airplay includes Radio 1, 6 Music, Radio 2, Radio Scotland, XFM & many more around the globe. ... more

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