Kill for Love by Chromatics

When Ruth Radelet sings, “But I’d kill for love,” she does it with a mixture of sweetness and longing so strange that you’re not sure whether to find the sentiment cute or creepy. The whole song runs with that dynamic: sad, almost obsessive longing that somehow comes off as sweet and endearing. Couple that with glittery synths and guitars and drum machines and hot damn you have one great pop song.

Kill for Love by Chromatics

When Ruth Radelet sings, “But I’d kill for love,” she does it with a mixture of sweetness and longing so strange that you’re not sure whether to find the sentiment cute or creepy. The whole song runs with that dynamic: sad, almost obsessive longing that somehow comes off as sweet and endearing. Couple that with glittery synths and guitars and drum machines and hot damn you have one great pop song.