You Love Her Coz She's Dead

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You Love Her Coz She's Dead
Origin Bath, United Kingdom
Genres Indietronica, dance-punk, electropunk, nintendo rock, chiptune, bitpop, noise
Years active 2007-present (2007-present)
Labels Kitsuné, Glasstone Records
Website Official Website
Myspace for their remixes

You Love Her Coz She's Dead is an English electronic music project formed in Bath in 2007.


The project signed to French record label Kitsuné as a duo in 2008. Their debut single, "Wizards", appeared on the label's Gildas & Masaya – Paris compilation in May 2008. "Superheroes" was included on Kitsuné Maison Compilation 6 in October 2008. Their first EP, Inner City Angst, was released in November 2008.[1]

You Love Her Coz She's Dead appeared, performing the single "Superheroes", on the third series of British teen drama series Skins in "JJ" during a drug-fueled fight scene in a nightclub.[2]

The band's self-titled debut album was released in August 2011 on independent label, Glasstone Records, with two singles from the album released prior to the studio compilation.

In April 2012, the band released a statement through Facebook that Elle had left the duo. Jay has been collaborating with Mia Mort since June, 2014.[3]

Awards and nominations[edit]

They won the award for Best Electronica Act at the 2008 Indy Awards.[4]




  • Inner City Angst (2008)
  • Crystal Deth (2015)


  • "Superheroes" (2008)
  • "Dead End" (2008)
  • "Me Versus You" (2009)
  • "Young Tender Hearts Beat Fast" (2009)
  • "Paraffin" (2010)
  • "Sunday Best" (2010)
  • "Be Brave" (2013)
  • "Let Me Break" (2014)
  • "Concrete Kiss" (2014)
  • "I Miss You" (2015)
  • "Break Down" (2016)


Album or Compilation Release date Song
Gildas & Masaya - Paris May 6, 2008 "Wizards"
Kitsuné Maison Compilation 6 October 27, 2008 "Superheroes"


  1. ^ Faisal Jehan (4 September 2008). "Interview: You Love Her Coz Shes Dead". Ohh! Crapp... Retrieved 6 December 2009. 
  2. ^ May, Jake (2010) "Musical youth: Hadouken! help launch new initiative", Bath Chronicle, 8 July 2010, retrieved 2010-07-11
  3. ^ Official Facebook Biography "About – 16/06/2014" Retrieved 2014-06-16
  4. ^ McKeown, Rory (2008) "Rising indie stars set for Bridgwater show", Bridgwater Mercury, 31 July 2008, retrieved 2010-07-11

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