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The Kills Share Music Video for “Impossible Tracks”

The Kills (Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart) released their fifth full-length album,

Ash & Ice earlier this summer. Today, the band shares their music video for “Impossible Tracks,” which was directed by Ellis Bahl.

Alison says about the video: “Introducing our new video for IMPOSSIBLE TRACKS! Shot by director Ellis Bahl, at Luna Park- the old weird and wonderful amusement park of dreams and nightmares so iconic to Melbourne Australia. We’d always wanted to shoot there, so on our last tour down under, we took this fine opportunity.

Welcome to off season… winter time, blistering bitter cold, the park to ourselves all day and night. The lights buzzing, the gears cranking, a hallucinatory stream of whiplash and spin. We shot between bursts of monsoon weather and crooked wind, we rode the rides, played the games, and lost ourselves in the mirror house. Enter in, the guts of the park, through the mouth of lights, Luna’s pearly teeth, past the big bad gaze of those glowing blue eyes… Buckle your belts and take the ride on impossible tracks.”

Watch The Kills “Impossible Tracks” HERE.

Watch The Kills perform “Impossible Tracks” on The Late Late Show with James Corden HERE

The Kills‘ North American tour kicked off last week in Pomona, and to celebrate the band have released a collector’s edition 7″ of stand-out single Doing It To Death. The one-track release features an etched b-side and is limited to 1000 copies worldwide. Grab one from the merch booth at all upcoming shows, or exclusively from the band’s webstore while supplies last. More info HERE.

The Kills Tour Dates

9/13      Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theater

9/14      Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works

9/16      Madison, WI – Live on King Street

9/17      Milwaukee, WI – The Rave

9/18      Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s

9/20      Portland, ME – State Theatre

9/21      Montreal, QC – Metropolis

9/23      New York, NY – Terminal 5

9/29      Manchester, UK – Albert Hall

9/30      Glasgow, UK – Glasgow O2ABC

10/1      Leeds, UK – Leeds Beckett Students’ Union

10/2      Nottingham, UK – Nottingham Rock City

10/4      Oxford, UK – Oxford O2 Academy 1

10/5      Avon, UK – Bristol Anson Rooms

10/6      Birmingham, UK – Birmingham O2 Institute 1

10/7      London, UK – London Roundhouse

10/18    Paris, FR – Olympia

10/19     Paris, FR – Olympia

10/21     Amsterdam, Netherlands – RAI

10/22     Berlin, Germany – Tempodrom

10/23     Hamburg, Germany – Grosse Freiheit 36

10/25     Cologne, Germany – E-Werk

10/26     Munich, Germany – Tonhalle

10/27     Zurich, Switzerland – Volkhaus

10/29     Milan, Italy – Fabrique

10/31     Lyon, France – Le Radiant

11/1       Barcelona, Spain – Razzmatazz 2

11/3       Lisbon, Portugal – Coliseu Dos Recreios

11/4       Porto, Portugal – Hard Club

11/5       Bilbao, Spain – Kafe Antzokia

11/7       Toulouse, FR – Le Bikini

11/8       Nantes, FR – Le Stereolux

11/9        Antwerpen, Belgium – Arenbergschouwburg

11/11      Lausanne, Switzerland – Metropop Festival

11/12      Le Mans, France – Festival Bebop

11/13      Brussels, Belgium – VK Club

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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