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Johnny Kills have shared their new single, 'Help Me Out'

It's about not having a clue wtf you're doing with your life.
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Published: 1:53 pm, October 09, 2019
Johnny Kills have shared their new single, 'Help Me Out'

Johnny Kills have shared a new single.

'Help Me Out' is a cut from the band's upcoming debut EP ‘Panic’, due out 20th November via Killing Moon.

Tim Lloyd-Kinnings explains: “It’s about getting to a stage where you have some big life questions - what career do I want? Where do I want to live? What do I really care about? - to which the answers are all a resounding 'I don't have a scooby, mate'. It's about having a blank slate in front of you and it just freaking you out, and hoping someone else will sort it all out for you.”

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