A Perfect Kiss
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A Perfect Kiss


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"The Olympians" (Point Five Limey Records - 2004)
"In Spite of Angels" (Independent - 2003)


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It was the winter of 1998 when the dream of creating passionate and self-medicating music first arose in founding members Kenny Williams and Justin Lloyd. After years of growing up and changing, that dream proves itself to be a reality with every note that is played, sung, yelled, screamed, and most importantly: felt from the stage at an A Perfect Kiss show.

A Perfect Kiss is an effect-crazy indie rock band from Annapolis, Maryland. With traditional punk/hardcore roots and a classic art-rock (Rush, Floyd) upbringing, A Perfect Kiss delivers limitless song-writing and genre-defying musical collaboration in it's finest. The band's often lengthy and oddly structured songs, touched up with intriguing imagery in the lyrics, tend to reach and affect listeners in ways they never have been before.

APK's newest full-length album "The Olympians" (Point Five Limey Records) is ethereal and emotive, exploring a number of dynamics, moods, vocal styles, tempos, song lengths and lyrical messages. "In Spite Of Angels," the bands debut album (independent), is where APK's reputation for writing powerful and heart-felt songs surely originated. However, "The Olympians" is far more diverse and experimental. Hear it for yourself.

THE MUSIC: (Press release)

"Take the searing guitar composition and crashing drum work as a sign of its chaos, then marvel in the intricate mix of varied vocal volumes and serrated passages of uncompromised aggression... While applying familiar musical techniques (one could class this as emotionally charged, sonically brutal, yet unexpectedly undefined indie rock/hardcore), it is in their amalgamated state that they explode in a giant ember of passion and understanding. A Perfect Kiss emanates a certain historic, Pangaea-like quality that is strikingly poignant; as if they are some incarnation of spirits centuries ago sermonizing those beliefs of hope, despair, love and tragedy." -Sound The Sirens