British blues band Kill It Kid have signed a worldwide recording deal with Warner imprint Sire Records.
The four-piece make the jump from One Little Indian to join Sire, headed by Seymour Stein, after crossing paths with the A&R legend at a French show and bonding over early rhythm and blues.
KIK are currently the only British band at Sire and are currently working on the first single of their new album with producer Mike Crossey (Arctic Monkeys, Black Keys, Blood Red Shoes).
“Kill It Kid are honoured to become part of the Sire/Stein story,” said the band’s frontman Chris Turpin.
“We are proud to join a roster with a legacy synonomous with the development and growth of great British bands and have been moved by the sincerity and honesty that Warner Music and Sire have displayed.
“To have a respected music industry legend offer such personal support and belief in our creativity is a little overwhelming. We are excited and determined to leave our mark over the coming years.
“This moment will be something that we, as musicians, will cherish forever.”
Seymour Stein is known for breaking acts such as The Ramones, The Smiths and Madonna to name but a few.