The Living Kills look, on the surface, like any other New York indie band waiting for its big break into the mainstream, but after one listen to “Angels Without Faces,” it becomes evident that’s not the case. Organs, synthesizers, ticking clocks and smoky male-and-female vocals make the group stand out from its peers. Merrill Sherman moved to NYC and found Jennifer Bassett, Brenden Beu and Yancy Sabericio to start the Living Kills, and by using only ’60s/’70s equipment, Faceless Angels (Past Futures) possesses new yet surprisingly nostalgic tracks. Download “Angels Without Faces” below.
“Angels Without Faces” (download):