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Matt & Kim strip off to pose as Adam & Eve

Matt & Kim strip off to pose as Adam & Eve

Matt Johnson and Kim Schifino of the musical duo "Matt and Kim" attend the premiere of "Cosmopolis" at the Museum of Modern Art on Monday Aug. 13, 2012 in New York. Photo: Associated Press/Evan Agostini/Invision

Cult indie duo Matt & Kim have stripped off to portray Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden on the cover of their new album Lightning Remixes.

The couple bares all in the provocative photo and their genitals are hidden from view by carefully-placed leaves, but Kim Schifino’s breasts are exposed.

The album, which is released on 1 October, comes with a reusable sticker to paste over Kim Schifino’s cleavage.

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