Sleater-Kinney Are Streaming ‘No Cities to Love’
The Olympia three-piece have returned after a nine-year break
Three months after announcing that they’d reunited to make a new album, Sleater-Kinney are streaming the fruit of that labor, No Cities to Love, right now courtesy of NPR. The album includes already-previewed tracks such as “Bury Our Friends” and the thrashing “Surface Envy.”
Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss put their groundbreaking rock band on hiatus back in 2006, with Brownstein telling an interviewer in 2008 that the women would get back together when they “felt like there was more of a story to tell … with each other.” The riot grrrl Washingtonians will follow-up No Cities to Love with a United States tour that kicks off next month. Check out dates below and stream the new Sleater-Kinney album — we’re still pinching ourselves — right here.