Hear The Longer Version Of Natalia Kills’ Latest Song “Mirrors”

Robbie Daw / July 27, 2010

Mini movie maven/electro-pop singer Natalia Kills told us in the spring that her upcoming album Perfectionist “is about desire, wanting everything, having nothing.” And on new song “Mirrors,” which you can hear in full below, she takes those desires to a whole new naughty level. Loosen your collar and give it a listen.


Natalia’s label, Cherrytree Records, initially posted a minute-and-a-half of “Mirrors” on the the company’s site. Lucky for Kills fans, we nabbed a larger chunk of the slinky synth jam from a Cherrytree sampler CD being handed out at the Robyn/Kelis All Hearts Tour gigs.

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“Turning the lights out, tighten the handcuffs and the mirror’s gonna fog tonight,” Natalia sings in “Mirrors,” which also conjures up imagery of stilettos in the neck and her object of desire’s exploding “love grenade.”

“It’s a true concept album, and even as I was writing all the songs and discovering what drives us as human beings I realized we are all perfectionists,” the 23-year-old singer explained to us about the LP she’s been working on. “Every time you go shopping, go on a date or go for a job interview, you’re looking for the best, for the ideal.”

Well, sorry gents—chuck the popcorn and roses in the trash can, because now we have some insight into what a kinky evening with Natalia is like .

What do you think of “Mirrors,” the latest preview of her forthcoming album?