July 30, 2002 14:34


Kim and Kelley Deal get their reward following their band's cover of the theme tune...

Breeders' KIM and KELLEY DEAL are set to make cameo appearances in cult TV show 'BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER'.

The pair were invited to star after the show's producer heard their version of the 'Buffy Theme', which has become a mainstay of their live sets this year.

The band's version of the theme tune will feature as one of the bonus tracks on their forthcoming single, a re-recorded version of 'Son Of Three', a track taken from the band's recent 'Title TK' album.

A spokesperson for Breeders told NME.COM: "The band have always acknowledged they watch too much TV, and the upshot of covering the 'Buffy' theme is that the producer, a long-time Breeders fan, is working on getting Kim and Kelley into an episode in the next series."

The single, released on September 2 on 4AD, is also backed by a live version of the 1992 single 'Safari', recorded in Amsterdam earlier this year.

Breeders return to Europe in August to play the Pukkelpop festival in Belguim on the 22nd, followed by appearances at the Carling Weekend, calling in at Reading on the 23rd and Leeds on the 24th.

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