Sleater-Kinney announce first album in ten years

No Cities To Love out on January 19 on Sub Pop...

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No Cities To Love out on January 19 on Sub Pop…

Sleater-Kinney will release No Cities To Love, their first album in ten years January 19.

The album is released on Sub Pop Records.

The trio – Corin Tucker (vocals/guitar), Carrie Brownstein (guitar/vocals) and Janet Weiss (drums) – recorded No Cities To Love in secret at Tiny Telephone Recordings in San Francisco in early 2014, with additional sessions at Kung Fu Bakery Recording Studios in Portland, and Electrokitty Recording in Seattle. John Goodmanson, who helmed four previous Sleater-Kinney albums, produced No Cities.

“We sound possessed on these songs,” says Brownstein, “willing it all – the entire weight of the band and what it means to us – back into existence.”

No Cities To Love will be released on CD, vinyl and download.

No Cities To Love tracklist:
Price Tag
Fangless
Surface Envy
No Cities to Love
A New Wave
No Anthems
Gimme Love
Bury Our Friends
Hey Darling
Fade


The band have also announced North American and European tour dates around the album’s release.

Sleater-Kinney will play:
February 8: Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory – Spokane
February 9: Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory – Boise
February 10: Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot
February 12: Denver, CO @ Ogden Theater
February 13: Omaha, NE @ Slowdown
February 14: Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
February 15: Milwaukee, WI @ Turner Hall
February 17: Chicago, IL @ Riviera
February 22: Boston, MA @ House of Blues
February 24: Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
February 26: New York, NY @ Terminal 5
February 28: Philadelphia, PA@ Union Transfer
March 18: Berlin @ Postbahnhof Tickets
March 19: Amsterdam@ Paradiso Tickets
March 20: Paris @ Cigale Tickets
March 21: Antwerp, Belgium @ Trix Tickets
March 23: London @ Roundhouse Tickets
March 24: Manchester @ Albert Hall Tickets
March 25: Glasgow @ O2 ABC Tickets
March 26: Dublin @ Vicar Street Tickets


Credit: Brigitte Sire


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