Today, we're excited to announce the newest addition to Mom + Pop family, Sleater-Kinney.
After years of collaboration, Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss are back and they are bigger and bolder than ever with the announcement of their new studio album The Center Won't Hold produced by Annie Clark (St. Vincent). The new album addresses transformation as it relates to the corrosion and decomposition of forms. Fractured and frayed by age or by loss, by internecine politics, by trauma or depression, these eleven songs ask what remains of a body, a human spirit, a relationship, a city, a country. Pre-order the new record below. The Center Won't Hold is available everywhere August 16th.
We have admired Sleater-Kinney since they broke onto the Riot Grrrl scene in 1994 and quickly became a mainstay in indie rock music. Their discography spans 25 years and 7 incredible studio albums, including their most recent and critically acclaimed record No Cities to Love released in 2015. Now, four years later, the three feminist icons continue to challenge themselves, break all the rules and push boundaries.
Listen to the first two singles from The Center Won't Hold, "Hurry On Home" and "The Future is Here." You can also grab tickets to the band's upcoming North American Fall 2019 tour now. Tickets for the 2020 EU/UK tour are on pre-sale. Use the pre-sale code thecenterwonthold for first access to EU/UK tickets. The band will also be the musical guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on June 19th. Be sure to tune in! Check out the new singles, lyric videos, album pre-order merch and tour dates below.
Stay tuned for more from Sleater-Kinney.
The Center Won't Hold Coming August 16th
"The Future Is Here" Out Now
"Hurry On Home"
The Center Won't Hold Album Merch
"Hurry On Home" (Official Lyric Video)
Directed by Miranda July
"The Future Is Here" (Official Lyric Video)
Directed by JJ Guest
Upcoming Tour Dates
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