Many of us spend our lives worrying about time catching up with us, and for creatives that feeling can be intensified when they’re labouring away at a project that might never see the light of day. Luckily this isn’t the case for Coyle Girelli, whose long-awaited solo album is done and ready for release. Love Kills (out on Sept 21st) finds Coyle exploring a newfound love for country music, and combining that with his signature approach to writing about dark mischievous nights. Ken Grand-Pierre caught up with Coyle to find out how this album came to be.

“I was surprised by how much the sound shifted, as I wrote this record.”

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