Called after a Nick Cave & the Poor Seed products song, London-based outfit O. Kids formed from your ashes from the controversially entitled Bono Need to Die — who disbanded once they had been sued by Bono himself. Brought collectively by Tobi O’Kandi (vocals) and Andi Sleath (drums) in 2008, Gauthier Ajarrista (acoustic guitar) and Harry Wayne (bass) had been drafted directly into complete the ultimate lineup. Mining the ’80s for affects, O. Kids’s sound is usually deeply seated at night and melancholic music that Pleasure Division created, while in addition they take on table the grandiose, goth rock and roll sound that this Sisters of Mercy and Areas from the Nephilim became associated with. In early 2009, the music group signed to Lethal People Recordings in the U.K., which released their debut 7” one in August of this season, the limited-edition Deceased Disco Dancer. At the start of 2010, they moved into the studio room to record materials with manufacturer Jas Shaw of Simian Portable Disco.