Enjoy a The Kills concert in Paris

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Enter the world of God Games and listen to your favorite songs.

The indie rock duo presents their complete set at Art Concert Festival, a look at the tour that awaits them in 2024 and the introduction of their sixth studio album. Find the concert here!

The Kills He entered 2023 with unstoppable energy, surprised his fans with new music after six years of long waiting and, with it, gave rise to a creative transformation. with your album God Games They restarted the era of bands with electric guitars, now you can enjoy their full concert in Paris.

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As part of Art Concert Festival, he fullset of its presentation in Gâité Lyrique It is already on YouTube. A linear concert, illuminated in red neon lights, builds the atmosphere of the bright lyrics on the cover of this new album. Recorded by David Ctiborskyin addition to enjoying a setlist between the past and the future, you can live a cinematic experience.

Songs like “Future Starts Slow”, “Monkey 23” and his most recent “Wasterpiece”, “New York”, “LA Hex”, They reach the comfort of your hands thanks to ART Concert. On his channel you will also find the presentation of PJ Harvey in Olympia, Paris. Don’t miss them!


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