The Kills Announce 17th Anniversary Double Album Reissue Of No Wow // New Mix Out Now

UK/American rock duo The Kills have announced a limited edition 17th anniversary deluxe reissue of their seminal second album No Wow, featuring two LPs – the original recording and a new mix by the multiple Grammy Award-winning Tchad Blake (The Black Keys, Fiona Apple, Arctic Monkeys) that brings a fresh perspective to the 11 tracks. The reissue is due out June 3rd via Domino, with the deluxe edition featuring a gold foil gatefold LP jacket, black-and-gold smoke vinyl LP, an exclusive 5×7 print and a four-page booklet. The reissue is also available as 2xCD including both versions, a single LP version of the Tchad Blake Mix 2022 on black vinyl and indie exclusive gold vinyl and a single LP version of the original No Wow album on black vinyl. Pre-order now via Domino and the band’s new web store, which also includes new merch designed specifically to celebrate the anniversary.

The new Tchad Blake mix of the title track “No Wow” is out now with an accompanying music video directed by Sally Walker-Hudecki; it is an amalgamation of her Super 8 footage and the original 2005 video directed by Kenneth Cappello.

Returning to their roots, The Kills will be performing No Wow in its entirety as a two-piece in Los Angeles and Brooklyn this June. Due to overwhelming demand, second dates have been added in both cities and are the band’s only headlining shows planned for the year. They will also be opening for Jack White at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA on June 4th.

Pre-order the deluxe LP, shop for new merch and buy tickets HERE.

Listen to “No Wow (The Tchad Blake Mix 2022)” HERE

 Watch The Video HERE

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