Sleigh Bells Release 'You Don't Get Me Twice'

(Radio.com) Don't cross Sleigh Bells. That's the message behind their new song, "You Don't Get Me Twice." On the track, off their upcoming album, Bitter Rivals (out October 8), singer Alexis Krauss sweetly coos, "Are you telling lies?/ With your pretty eyes/ You're in trouble, yeah/You won't get me twice."

The less than 3-minute song makes good use of Derek Miller's signature heavy guitar licks. It also features Krauss rapping in a high pitched cartoon voice, threatening to put people's hearts in vices and dissing the American Dream. "It's a terrifying thing," she repeats throughout the song.

In the end though, Krauss does sort of contradict herself, letting everyone know there is at least one way to get a second chance: "Maybe baby, maybe if you ask me nice."

This is the second song the band has released off Bitter Rivals, the first being the album's title track. Listen to the new song here.

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