Hear a song from Stephen Malkmus’ new album, Sparkle Hard

European tour with The Jicks announced for October

Trending Now

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks will release their seventh album, Sparkle Hard, on May 18th.

Following the previously-released single “Middle America”, you can hear a second song from Sparkle Hard, entitled “Shiggy”, below:

Advertisement

Here’s the full track listing and cover art for Sparkle Hard, which features a guest vocal from Kim Gordon:

1. Cast Off
2. Future Suite
3. Solid Silk
4. Bike Lane
5. Middle America
6. Rattler
7. Shiggy
8. Kite
9. Brethren
10. Refute
11. Difficulties / Let Them Eat Vowels

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks will tour Europe in October, full dates as follows:

Wed 17th October – Albert Hall, Manchester
Thurs 18th October – SWG3, Glasgow
Fri 19th October – Vicar Street, Dublin
Sun 21st October – SWX, Bristol
Mon 22nd October – The Asylum, Birmingham
Wed 24th October – Hackney Arts Centre, London
Thurs 25th October – Concorde 2, Brighton
Mon 29th October – Lido, Berlin
Tues 30th October – Stadtgarten, Cologne
Wed 31st October – Melkweg, Amsterdam

Tickets go on sale on Wednesday (March 28) at 9am.

Advertisement

Like us on Facebook to keep up to date with news from Uncut.

The May 2018 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Johnny Marr on the cover. Elsewhere in the issue, you’ll find exclusive new interviews with John Fogerty, Dan Auerbach, Shirley Collins, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, John Prine and many more. Our free 15-track CD features 15 tracks of this month’s best new music, featuring Kacy & Clayton, Laura Veirs, Wye Oak, Cath & Phil Taylor, Mouse On Mars, Josh T. Pearson, A Place To Bury Strangers and Drinks.

Advertisement

Latest Issue

Advertisement

Features

The Waterboys on Room To Roam’s legacy: “We were a lot wilder and more exciting than the record conveyed”

Riding high on the momentum of Fisherman’s Blues, in 1989 The Waterboys reconvened at their new spiritual home in Ireland to make the follow-up. Mike Scott’s plan to broaden the sound didn’t quite go to plan, but as a new box-set reveals, Room To Roam was far from a misfire
Advertisement