Keys to the Streets of Fear in the New Yorker

I may've invented the faux-hawk, but I can't understand 
these rhythm-and-noise boys

Hedi Slimane on Keys to the Streets of Fear's bilingual 7-inch "Hedi Slimane" in this week's Style issue of the New Yorker:

Slimane has listened to it but says, “I could not hear or understand the lyrics at all.”

Read it here. Buy the record here. Pretend you're drinking PBR with the "Boston punk band" here.

DOWNLOAD: Keys to the Streets of Fear, "Modern World"

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