Hear Sleater-Kinney’s new single, “Hurry On Home”

Produced by St Vincent

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Sleater-Kinney have released a new single, their first new music since 2015’s No Cities To Love.

Hear “Hurry On Home”, produced by Annie Clark (AKA St Vincent) below:

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No album has yet been announced but a press release teases “more eagerly anticipated new music on the horizon”.

Regarding this, the band’s Carrie Brownstein says, “Instead of just going into the studio to document what we’d done, we were going in to explore and to find the essence of something. To dig in deeper.” Corin Tucker says working on the new music “was like this manic energy of empowerment.”

Sleater-Kinney have also announced a North American tour for the autumn – for the full list of dates visit their official site.

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