Our Worth A Listen Track This Week Comes From Johnny Kills
Following on from the success of ‘’Who’s Counting?͛, their first release via Killing Moon, Johnny Kills emerge for the second time in 2018 with their new tune ‘Seems’. Earning champions including BBC Introducing, The Line of Best Fit, DORK, Indie Shuffle and The Metro plus dozens more tastemaker radio stations and blogs with their flair for delivering scuzzy pop off-cuts, the trio are made up of Tim, biological brother Lewis Lloyd-Kinnings and spiritual brother Cameron Gipp. Aiding them in bringing their tracks to an acceptable auditory standard is Leeds based producer and Forever Cult bassist Alex Greaves (TRASH, PLAZA, Seeing Hands) on production and mixing duties, with Pete Maher (Pixies, Lana Del Rey, Scissor Sisters) on mastering.
‘Seems’ is a glam rock dash of bedazzlement propelled into a fuzz fueled garage-rock setting to create a whirlpool of blistering bliss. A pounding relentless bass line forces its punk-esque ego through the glittery bravado with relentless ground shaking ferocity while the falsetto vocals subdue this pounding with its flamboyant sleekness. This track weaves a wiggly wonky thread through the instrumental battery to make for a scuzzy quirky listening experience filled with angst and vigor.
Stream ‘Seems’ below