Jamie Hince

The Kills – ‘God Games’ review: a maxed-out, fresh return

The indie duo return from a seven-year hiatus with material that pushes them out their comfort zone

The Kills: “Why should hip-hop be future-forward and guitar music always looking back?”

Ahead of sixth album 'God Games', Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart talk to NME about working with Beck, indie sleaze, and '00s tabloid infamy

The Kills share new single ‘Wasterpiece’ and announce 2024 ‘God Games’ US tour

Their new album ‘God Games’ is set for release later this week

The Kills on their new album ‘God Games’: “It reminded me of making our first record”

Check out new single '103' and details of their intimate London Halloween show, as Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince tell NME about the fresh creative approach that made their long-awaited sixth album possible

The Big Pink share ‘Love Spins On Its Axis’, co-written with Jamie T and The Kills’ Jamie Hince

The returning band have also announced a run of intimate UK tour dates next month