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The Kills - 'The Last Goodbye'

A raggedly sentimental chanson

The Kills are great and all, but they’re not a band to really move you. They’re too aloof, there’s no emotional gut-punch – until know. ‘The Last Goodbye’ is really very beautiful indeed, a raggedly sentimental chanson that finds Alison Mosshart channelling Marianne Faithfull and Edith Piaf. Be sure to google the mesmerising black-and-white video too, directed by Samantha Morton of Minority Report fame.

Luke Lewis


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