Hear Kristin Hersh’s new song, “LAX”

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Throwing Muses’ Kristin Hersh will release a new solo album on October 5.

Possible Dust Clouds will be her first release for her new label, Fire. Hear the first song from it, the crunching “LAX”, below:


Hersh will tour the UK in June and July, supported by former Throwing Muses bandmate Fred Abong. Full dates as follows:

June 17: Bristol, Redgrave Theatre
June 18: London, Cecil Sharp House
June 21: London, Meltdown Festival SOLD OUT
June 24: Glasgow, Mackintosh Church
June 25: Halifax, Square Chapel
June 26: Newcastle, Cluny 2 SOLD OUT
June 27: Newcastle, Cluny 2
June 28: Cambridge, Storey’s Field Centre
June 29: Ramsgate, Ramsgate Music Hall SOLD OUT
June 30: Brighton, Duke of York’s Cinema
July 1: Ramsgate, Ramsgate Music Hall

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