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Johnny Kills have dropped an addictive new indie-bop, ‘I Feel Like’

It's the first instalment from their debut EP.
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Published: 12:10 pm, June 12, 2019
Johnny Kills have dropped an addictive new indie-bop, ‘I Feel Like’

London/Brighton trio Johnny Kills have shared a new single.

‘I Feel Like’ is the catchy first instalment from their debut EP, due for release this autumn via Killing Moon.

Vocalist and songwriter Tim says of the track’s inspiration: “‘I Feel Like’ is about a cynic begrudgingly accepting the fact that love is probably a pretty important part of life.”

The band have a handful of live shows this month, including Zigfrid Von Underbelly in London tonight. The details are:

JUNE
12 London, Zigfrid Von Underbelly
15 Liverpool, The Jaracanda Club
22 High Wycombe, Weathers Fest

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