From Sarajevo to Studio 606, Kills Birds are taking flight

It’s hard to imagine what might have happened had Nina Ljeti’s father not pulled out his gun. Nina – now the singer with angsty alt.rockers Kills Birds – was only one in 1992 when her family was living in Sarajevo, Bosnia’s besieged capital. Her father was a soldier in the defending, encircled Bosnian army – he feared that due to their Muslim-sounding name his family might be persecuted, or worse, if the city fell. Nina and her mother, a dentist, escaped to Serbia on ​“the last plane out of Sarajevo”, and in a bid to join them, her father resorted to a desperate act: pointing his gun at a superior. This resulted in punishment and threats, but incredibly he nevertheless escaped by lying about his status to an outgoing helicopter crew. A month later he mana...

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