SALVATION (DIRTY WATER)
The Kits are a garage rock'n'roll band at heart. They've taken the stomp and grit of the '50s and '60s and given it the injection of eternal youth through relentless guitar hooks and snarling vocals.
Their music is for yesterday, for today, for tomorrow. The Kits debut album Primitive Tales was released through Dirty Water Records late in 2008 and has gone through several pressings.
The album's catchy, loud, and has plenty of snarls, wails, and early punk styled melodic riffs; the style of music is very much like Television and The Saints with heavy guitar, but with a little more willingness to at least attempt at having something called a vocal, with melodies that knock on the early post punk of Joy Division, with a little more power, a lot more heart, and a lot less darkness.
Their latest recording session was produced by Chris Bailey (of The Saints), and the first release from these endeavours is available as seven inch vinyl.
The vinyl single also features the track Detroit Feeling and is a limited edition release of 500 individually numbered copies, on 70gm thick red coloured vinyl.
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