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Night Sins

New Night Sins Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Portrait in Silver is the new album from Night Sins, a.k.a. Kyle Kimball (of Nothing), and is available via Louisville, KY's Funeral Party. The album was produced, mixed and mastered by Nick Bassett (Whirr/Nothing). The recordings stealthily stride through the darkness in a ghostly, synth-forward manner, admittedly more akin to Depeche Mode's Violator than The Sisters of Mercy's Floodland. Night Sins will be bringing the retro dance party into the shadows this evening at Johnny Brenda's, with support from Carnivorous Bells, Forever Chasing Honey Bees, and Drowse.

New Music Video: "Annihilator" - Night Sins

Portrait in Silver is the forthcoming album from Night Sins, the solo project of Nothing's Kyle Kimball. The release is set to arrive on September 6 via Funeral Party. A video for its lead single, “Annihilator,” is out now. The footage, which was directed by Cassandra Nguyen, captures a couple of goths getting down and possibly finding love/lust in a synth-fueled, bondage-friendly club scenario. Images of the perfect day, enhanced by nicotine and a stroll through a graveyard, are intermittently shuffled, causing you to question the line between fantasy and reality. Night Sins will be holding its record release show on Wednesday, September 4 at Johnny Brenda’s.

New Night Sins LP Available for Streaming

Night Sins will be releasing a new album, entitled Dancing Chrome, on May 19 via Funeral Party, but you can stream the release in its entirety over at Post-Punk. Kyle Kimball (Nothing) produces dire, danceable darkwave. Sinister baritone vocals bellow as percussion and synth ominously illuminate the ground below one's feet. It's dangerously designed to negotiate moving a gathering to the dance floor.

New Track: "You Keep Me Hangin' On" (The Supremes Cover) - Night Sins

Night Sins, the darkwave side project from Nothing's Kyle Kimball, has a new album, titled Days On Shimmer And Drip, that is available via Funeral Party. The five-song EP contains a previously unreleased track, remixes, and a cover. You can take a listen to the group's synth-laden rendition of "You Keep Me Hangin' On" below, which was first made popular in 1966 by The Supremes. It was written and composed by Holland-Dozier-Holland.


Night Sins Belated Record Release Celebration at The Boot & Saddle Jan. 27

Tonight, enter the macabre world of Night Sins, who will be holding a belated record release celebration for their album To London or the Lake (Avant!) at The Boot & Saddle. Led by Kyle Kimball, the group’s sound travels down the shadowy chasm of late generation goth rock with minimal synths and electric guitar lines that ring out like a siren warning of a great storm on the horizon. Will it symbolize the end or a new beginning? You’ll just have to come and find out for yourself when they open for LA-based duo Youth Code who will be bringing along fellow City of Angels residents Coming. Expect to see plenty of folks dressed in black this evening in the South Philly saloon. The Boot & Saddle, 1131 S. Broad St., 9pm, $10, 21+ - Alexis V.


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