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The Kills Bring Fuzzy Soul to ‘I Put a Spell on You’

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The Kills are getting in the Halloween, calling on the ghosts of the past by sharing Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ “I Put a Spell on You.”

Recorded in 2009, Alison Mosshart brings in dark soulful vocals over Jamie Hince’s fuzzy guitar. The track comes with a self-produced visual that’s comprised of live footage from shows in Portland, Pomona, and San Francisco.

This is the latest release off their upcoming Little Bastards, which will release in December.

The double LP will include the never-before-heard demo of “Raise Me” from the band’s Midnight Boom period; “I Call It Art” from the Monsieur Gainsbourg Revisited covers compilation; a performance of “Love Is A Deserter” from an XFM radio session and other covers like Howlin’ Wolf’s “Forty Four” and Dock Boggs’ “Sugar Baby.”

Watch The Kills video for “I Put a Spell on You” below.

Preorder your copy of The Kills’ Little Bastards here.

For more go to: Spin.com (Source)

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The Kills are digging into the archives for their latest release, Little Bastards. Due out December 11th via Domino, the compilation features rarities and B-sides the duo recorded between 2002 and 2009. Just in time for Halloween, they’ve unearthed their cover of “I Put a Spell on You”. Screamin’ Jay…Please click the link below to read the full article.The Kills Share Cover of “I Put a Spell on You”: Stream Ben Kaye For more, check out: ConsequenceOfSound.net (Source)

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