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The Breeders announce new album, tour, release title track 'All Nerve'


UPI News Service, 01/13/2018 

The Breeders have announced their first new album in ten years, titled All Nerve, set to release on March 2.

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The band also announced a North American and European tour and released the title track from the album on Tuesday.

The album features the classic lineup of The Breeders, which includes twin sisters Kim and Kelley Deal, bassist Josephine Wiggs and drummer Jim Macpherson, Variety reported. The group is best known for their 1993 hit album Last Splash.

All Nerve will also feature Courtney Barnett singing background vocals on track "How at the Summit" and longtime collaborator Steve Albini.

The tour is set to begin April 6 in at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, before wrapping up July 13 at the Ritz in Manchester.

All Nerve will be available for purchase through record label 4AD on vinyl, CD and on digital services such as Spotify. The label released a teaser trailer for the album that features the band performing inside a studio.

The Breeders reunited in 2013 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Last Splash and have been working together ever since.



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