The Kills streaming new album 'Blood Pressures' online - audio

Duo stream album ahead of official release

The Kills streaming new album 'Blood Pressures' online - audio

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The Kills are streaming their new album 'Blood Pressures' online in full.

The album, the band's fourth full-length effort and the follow up to 2008's 'Midnight Boom', is available to listen to at Thekills.tv/bloodpressuresstream.php and Dominorecordco.com.

It is set to come out officially on Monday (April 4).

The band are due to play a one-off show at London's Heaven tomorrow night (March 31) to celebrate the album's release, and will undertake a full UK tour at the end of May.

'Blood Pressures' is reviewed in the new issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands now (March 30) or available digitally.

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