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The Breeders Announce New Album 'All Nerve' And UK And Ireland Tour, Share Title Track

Tuesday, 09 January 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

The Breeders will release a new record this spring.

'All Nerve', their first album in a decade, is due to arrive on March 2 through 4AD. Recording for the new material took place at Candyland in Dayton, Kentucky, with Mike Montgomery; Electrical Audio in Chicago, with Steve Albini and Greg Norman; and with Tom Rastikis at Fernwood Studios, Dayton, Ohio.

The band, whose current line up is Kim and Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson, will support the record with a UK and Ireland tour, which will include a stop at the Roundhouse in London on May 30. Tickets go on sale at 9am on January 12.

Meanwhile, check out the record's trailer, title track and tracklist below.

'All Nerve' tracklist:

  1. Nervous Mary
  2. Wait In The Car
  3. All Nerve
  4. MetaGoth
  5. ​Spacewoman
  6. Walking With The Killer
  7. Howl At The Summit
  8. Archangel's Thunderbird
  9. Dawn: Making an Effort
  10. Skinhead #2
  11. Blues At The Acropolois

The Breeders Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun May 27 2018 - DUBLIN Vicar Street
Mon May 28 2018 - EDINBURGH Liqui Rooms
Tue May 29 2018 - LEEDS Stylus
Wed May 30 2018 - LONDON Roundhouse
Tue July 10 2018 - BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol
Wed July 11 2018 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Institute
Fri July 13 2018 - MANCHESTER O2 Ritz

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