THE SWEET KILL

 

 Driven by dark wave synths, masculine punk attitude, minimal urban beats and a neo-emo message, The Sweet Kill is a new music project from lead singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist Pete Mills. 

 

 
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If they don’t stick around it would be a misjustice by any measure in today’s musical landscape. I hope everyone hears (Give It Up). If you like pop with electronic inflections done in a big way, then “Give It Up” is right up your alley, and even if you’re not you’ll be everything from impressed with the musicianship and songwriting craft at the very least.

— Music Existenc


“Give It Up,” is a seasoned well-honed tune that is relatable and memorable. Grounded by Mills vocal prowess, the listener feels Mills journey of alienation to self-discovery.

— Stacatofy

“Give It Up (feat. Lolita)” is an incredibly infectious harmonised track full of melodies, sweet rhythms and emotional punch. From the first violins providing a natural beat right through to the astounding vocals intertwining with a sweet melancholy that just pulls you to listen on.

— Heavy Metal Geek

The music of The Sweet Kill has a plethora of healing powers, but it’s also a power pop sound which helps drive that beyond today’s EDM and club artists. They cross barriers by combining that sound with actual organic pop and rock elements that not just any good song can pull off without a lot effort. They make it all sound so effortless you feel like you’re listening to a whole album of music in one magnificent tune. I wouldn’t change a thing about it, this is something they can look back on and be proud of, because they absolutely nailed it.

— Indie Pulse

There's an anthemic vibe to this song that got me hooked from the very first listen. If you are into hook-laden pieces of anthemic power-pop ( with a touch of punk) music with killer guitars and drums then you will love this song.

– Caesar Live N Loud

With “Give It Up,” twisted branches of soul-tearing reflections of unquenchable pain, Pete Mills (the man behind the mask) juggles various dysfunction, from alcohol to a lover’s touch. His vocal drains his heart but its poison continues to course in the veins. It’s that dichotomy that serves both Mills and Lolita to great effect, bolstered with the percussion’s bone-breaking nature. “I need you to save my soul,” the sing, almost dancing around each other in the moonlight.

— B Sides Badlands

The Sweet Kills frontman Pete Mills is a lot of things, lead singer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist but even more than those things is a genius in writing songs. ‘Soul Satellite’ is one of those songs. I must mention that his vocals are insanely amazing! If you are a fan of dark waves take a listen as The Sweet Kill are leading an evolution of a new wave.

— Music Injection

THE SWEET KILL is Pete Mills’ latest project and with his glam-rock past, the formula in TSK is of that of a teasing habit, between the sexes, between lovers, and the indomitable efforts of human beings to see a different side of themselves, through a safe prism.

— Come Here Floyd

The Sweet Kills’ “Give It Up” is Inspired by two lost souls in love, navigating a hopeless situation.

— Northern Transmissions

The Sweet Kill take us on an emotional, ying-yang themed roller coaster experience in their cutting edge, Jamie Mitchell directed video, “Soul Satellite”

— Triple HQ

Dark wave band, The Sweet Kill, share crazy moments from touring

- Digital Tour Bus

Sometimes dark wave, sometimes punk and sometimes with post-punk attitude but one thing the (Soul Satellite)  certainly has, the sound of timelessness, the song is a sonic pleasure that you should not miss.

- Dark Life Experience


The Sweet Kills frontman Pete Mills is a lot of things, lead singer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist but even more than those things is a genius in writing songs. ‘Soul Satellite’ is one of those songs.

— Music Injection

THE SWEET KILL is Pete Mills’ latest project and with his glam-rock past, the formula in TSK is of that of a teasing habit, between the sexes, between lovers, and the indomitable efforts of human beings to see a different side of themselves, through a safe prism.

— Come Here Floyd