The Breeders Return After Seven Year Break

The Steve Albini-produced “Mountain Battles” is out in April

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The Breeders, led by Pixies bassist Kim Deal, are set to release a new album after a seven year wait.

“Mountain Battles”, out on April 7, features the same line-up who performed on 2001’s “Title TK”, including Deal’s sister Kelley on guitar.

The album was in part recorded by legendary producer Steve Albini and recorded in Chicago and Dayton, Ohio.

The tracklisting is:

“Overglazed”
“Bang On”
“Night Of Joy”
“We’re Gonna Rise”
“German Studies”
“Spark”
“Istanbul”
“Walk It Off”
“Regalame Esta Noche”
“Here No More”
“No Way”
“It’s The Love”
“Mountain Battles”


The Breeders head to Europe after “Mountain Battles”’ release, calling at:

Glasgow ABC (April 8)
Leeds Metropolitan University (9)
Nottingham Trent University (10)
Sheffield Leadmill (12)
Birmingham Academy 2 (13)
Manchester Academy 2 (14)
London KOKO (16, 17)

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