The Kills Tease Their Return with Mysterious Social Media Post

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The Kills, comprised of Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince, have sent fans into a frenzy with a recent post on their official band Instagram. The photo features the duo posing with a black car in a parking lot, accompanied by the caption “7.25.23,” hinting at something new on the horizon. The date has fans speculating that the band may be gearing up for a comeback with new music.

Excitement quickly spread among fans in the comments section, with many expressing their hopes for a new album. One fan playfully stated, “If it’s not a new album I’m rioting,” while another eagerly asked, “Oh my God, tell me this is gonna be an announcement for a new album finally!” Even American film director Jim Jarmusch joined in, showing his enthusiasm with a fire emoji, and journalist Kim Taylor Bennet added an emphatic “YES!”

The Kills‘ last release was the 2018 single “List Of Demands (Reparations)” and their 2016 LP Ash & Ice. However, the band has not released any new material since then, heightening the anticipation for their potential return to the music scene.

In celebration of their 20th anniversaries, The Kills recently reissued their albums Midnight Boom and Keep On Your Mean Side. The duo’s dynamic frontwoman, Alison Mosshart, has also been part of other notable projects, including bands like Discount and The Dead Weather with Jack White, Dean Fertita (Queens Of The Stone Age), and Jack Lawrence (The Raconteurs).

Regarding a possible reunion with The Dead Weather, Mosshart’s response remains uncertain.

In the meantime, The Kills have been showcasing their artistic talents through a photo exhibit in New York and Los Angeles. The exhibit features various polaroids taken by the band between 2002 and 2004, providing fans with a glimpse into their creative journey.

With the eagerly awaited date of July 25th just around the corner, fans of The Kills can hardly contain their excitement, hoping for a remarkable new chapter in the band’s music career.