The Black Angels - I'd Kill For Her

Austin psych rockers The Black Angels have shared a pretty cool new tune ‘I’d Kill For Her’ taken from their upcoming album Death Song – their first in four years – out 21st April.

The track queries the relationship between love and violence, and related extremes. “Why do people do what they do?” lead singer Alex Maas questions in an interview with Dangerous Minds. “If love is the most primitive motivator, then why do we do such ugly things for survival? The conviction of survival makes the world seem black and white but we were given colour.”

Check out the track / video below.

The Black Angels will be embarking on an North American tour (with A Place To Bury Strangers) later this month as follows:

APRIL
26 – Nashville, TN. The Basement East
27 – Knoxville, TN. The Mill & Mine
28 – Atlanta, GA. Variety Playhouse
29 – Asheville, NC. The Orange Peel
30 – Washington, DC. 9:30 Club

MAY
02 – Brooklyn, NY. Brooklyn Steel
04 – Philadelphia, PA. Union Transfer
05 – Boston, MA. Paradise Rock Club
06 – Toronto, ON. Danforth Music Hall
07 – Detroit, MI. St. Andrew’s Hall
09 – Cincinnati, OH. The Woodward Theater
10 – Columbus, OH. Newport Music Hall
11 – Chicago, IL. Thalia Hall
12 – Minneapolis, MN. First Avenue
13 – Madison, WI. Majestic Theatre
15 – St. Louis, MO. Delmer Hall
16 – Kansas City, MO. Madrid Theatre
18 – Houston, TX. White Oak Music Hall
19 – Dallas, TX. Granada Theater
20 – Austin, TX. Stubb’s


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