Having been courted by every major label for several months now, Boy Kill Boy finally get the chance to let everyone know what all the fuss is about.
With May's limited edition Fierce Panda release already being snapped up for silly money on Ebay, 'Civil Sin', their first general release, is undoubtedly the stand-out of their increasingly enthralling live set.
Coming on like a 21st Century Supergrass if they'd rediscovered their zest and passion (and Duran Duran's 'Rio') without resorting to carbon copied cheesiness, 'Civil Sin' is the undisputed sound of an unashamed past injecting life into a complacent present to create an exciting future.
But that's not all folks, as, like many great artists before them, Boy Kill Boy also have a killer b-side literally, with the mad-dash-go-for-it! pomp stomp of 'Killer' sounding like the score for 'Beverley Hills Cop' if it were re-written and filmed in Peckham.
9Dom Gourlay's Score