The Pixies to Release First LP in Over 20 Years

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The Pixies have already released several EPs in the last year, but now the band are ready to release a full album this time around. It was announced yesterday that after 20 plus years, the rock legends will be releasing a new album titled, Indie Cindy.

Indie Cindy, the first album since 1991’s Trompe le Monde, will be available through the band’s own record label, Pixiemusic, and is set to be hit store on April 29th with a limited-edition vinyl release schedule to be released on Record Store Day a.k.a. April 19th. The full LP will feature 12 new tracks which will include tracks featured on EP-1, EP-2 as well as the recently released EP-3.

Gil Norton who previously oversaw production on DoolittleBossanova, and Trompe le Monde is back to produce the full-length. Another thing that might make this upcoming album special is the fact that unlike the EPs which were only released in digital formats or vinyl, the tracks can all be found in one place.

Indie Cindy will be available in CD, vinyl, and digital formats while those who order it on iTunes will be treated to an exclusive 13-track live set from Pixies’ recent North American tour.

In addition to the information pertaining to the new album, today, the band have released the official first music video from the album for the track, “Snake.” That video, along with the track list for the album can be viewed below.

INDIE CINDY TRACK LIST:

1. “What Goes Boom”
2. “Greens and Blues”
3. “Indie Cindy”
4. “Bagboy”
5. “Magdalena 318”
6. “Silver Snail”
7. “Blue Eyed Hexe”
8. “Ring the Bell”
9. “Another Toe in the Ocean”
10. “Andro Queen”
11. “Snakes”
12. “Jaime Bravo”

Live in the USA TRACK LIST:

1. “Bone Machine”
2. “Hey”
3. “Ana”
4. “Magdalena 318”
5. “Snakes”
6. “Indie Cindy”
7. “I’ve Been Tired”
8. “Head On”
9. “The Sad Punk”
10. “Distance Equals Rate Times Time”
11. “Something Against You”
12. “Isla de Encanta”
13. “Planet of Sound”

Pixies Announce North American Tour Dates

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The Pixies might have lost Kim Deal a few months ago, but that hasn’t stopped them from going forward with their plans of new music and a new tour. Over the last few months, the band have been in the music news especially when Deal announced that she was leaving the band, but also when they announced that they were releasing a new EP, EP-1, the same day that it was scheduled to be released.

Today, the band have gone ahead and announced that they will be heading out on a tour in support of the new album and that they will make their trek around North American in the process. The tour which begins in early 2014, will begin in Toronto and go all the way until March 3 where it will end in Austin. The supporting acts for the two month tour will include Best Coast, Cults and Fidlar.

The full tour dates can be seen below.

THE PIXIES TOUR DATES

01/15  Toronto, ON – Massey Hall
01/16  Montreal, QC – Metropolis
01/18  Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
01/19  Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre
01/21  Newark, NJ – New Jersey Performing Arts Center
01/22  New Haven, CT – Shubert Theatre
01/24  Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
01/25  Pittsburgh, PA – Carnegie Music Hall
01/26  Washington, DC – Strathmore
01/29  Richmond, VA – National Theatre
01/31  Durham, NC – Durham PAC
02/01  Asheville, NC – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
02/03  Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
02/04  Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle
02/06  St. Louis, MO – Peabody Opera House
02/07  Columbus, OH – LC Pavilion
02/08  Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
02/09  Chicago, IL – Riviera Theatre
02/11  Kansas City, MO – Midland Theatre
02/13  Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium
02/14  Aspen, CO – Belly Up Tavern
02/15  Salt Lake City, UT – The Great Salt Air
02/17  Vancouver, BC – Orpheum Theatre
02/18  Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
02/19  Portland, OR – Schnitzer Auditorium
02/21  Oakland, CA – Fox Theatre
02/22  San Jose, CA – The Joint
02/24  Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre
02/25  Albuquerque, NM – Kiva Auditorium
02/27  Houston, TX – Bayou Music Center
02/28  Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom
03/01  Austin, TX – Austin Music Hall

The Pixies’ last performance was at Chicago’s Riot Fest last September.