The Kills’ Alison Mosshart has contributed a children’s story for a new charity book that aims to benefit children’s literacy. ‘Stories for Ways & Means’ is a new book of “grown…
The line-up for Nos Alive 2017 continues to grow, with The Kills joining the bill for the stellar Portuguese festival. So far, the Lisbon summer bash has announced Foo Fighters’…
The Kills had asked 15 fans to get tattoos for art project
The Kills speak of their appearance at Isle Of Wight and gaining a Top 20 album
"I was just like, this is what I need to do"
The Kills have always been underdogs. Even after 15 years together, four albums and a heap of acclaim, Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart’s biggest UK headline show remains a gig…
The single is taken from their new album 'Ash & Ice'
Created by Beyoncé collaborator Sophie Muller
Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince back after five years absence
'Fire Power' is on at the Joseph Gross Gallery in Manhattan
'Anything that sounds like it could have sat easily on any of the other records will probably get scrapped,' says lead singer
The band will play their own shows as well as supporting Arctic Monkeys, Jack White, The Black Keys and Queens of the Stone Age
The pair present the 'Unlock Art: Great Double Acts' online film
'Mean Girls' actress suggests she's been in the studio with rocker
The band open up about their new photography book
The new coffee table tome features pictures of the band by Kenneth Cappello
Alison Mosshart also gives the lowdown on the follow-up to 'Blood Pressures'
[a]The Kills[/a] are great and all, but they’re not a band to really [i]move[/i] you. They’re too aloof, there’s no emotional gut-punch – until know. ‘The Last Goodbye’ is really…
Watch a trailer for the 'The Last Goodbye' at NME.COM
Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart indulge in some Christmas carolling
'Blood Pressures' duo also announce details of their new single
Song appeared in 1954 western 'River Of No Return'
The Clash's Mick Jones, Jade Jagger and Naomi Campbell among guests at Gloucestershire ceremony
Duo joke about guestlist pseudonyms at Glastonbury
London bash's bill continues to grow
If overarching hyperbole is to be believed then, apparently, rock’n’roll is dead. But if that’s the case it seems no-one gave [a]The Kills[/a] the memo. Prowling around with the rejuvenated…
Remember when [a]The Kills[/a] used to refer to themselves as ‘VV’ and ‘Hotel’? Hi, nice to meet you, what’s your name? “Hotel.” What? “Hotel.” Shut up. “Sorry. It’s Jamie. And…
Duo stream album ahead of official release
Band's new album almost got a saucy name
Band to play shows around release of new album 'Blood Pressures'