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Boomkat Product Review:
Since 'Night Drive' triggered an avalanche of copy-cats and even a film - Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Drive' - and although we were all blessed with Johnny Jewel's sumptuous 'Symmetry, Themes for an Imaginary Film', the Chromatics proper have been noticeably absent save for 2010's fan-appeasing 'In The City' EP.
So yeah, it's great to have 'em back. 'Kill For Love' was worth the wait, greeting us with 16 songs pushing Ruth Radelet and Adam Miller's vocals front and centre over slipperiest synths and purposeful arpeggios gleaming with a lustful, cinematic electro-noir backdrop painstakingly assembled by Johnny Jewel. The whole thing just oozes class and confidence, from the opening cover of Neil Young's Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)' to the teasing synth flutters of 'Lady', via visionary instrumental interludes to 'The River''s heartbreaking sentiment, some seventy minutes later, leaving any witnesses rapt and deeply gratified.