The musical mench in Toronto’s fuzzed-out garage rock trio, Bond Girls, are back at it! Only mere months after the April 29th release of their 9-track debut full-length, Dancer (which you can hear in its entirety right here, we’re happy to present to you the group’s wicked new cover of LCD Soundsystem’s tune “4533”.

Much like their aforementioned album, this new cover is delectably fuzzy, distorted, and of course, unavoidable. Likened to bands such as Queens of the Stone Age and Band of Skulls, there really is nothing about this music to NOT love!

Said the band about the cover song: “When we heard that LCD Soundsystem were back, we thought it would be fun to record a cover. We couldn’t decide what track to do, so we did a few and dropped them into their classic ‘4533’ – with a Bond Girls spin of course.”

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