Sleater-Kinney Streams New Album No Cities To Love
  • MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2015

  • Posted by: Aimee Curran

Sleater-Kinney fans rejoiced when the indie-rock band of girls decided to end their nine year hiatus by getting back together to produce their new album, No Cities To Love.

Back in 2008, the group said they'd be on break until they "felt like there was more of a story to tell ... with each other." Now, after previewing two tracks off their highly anticipated album, "Bury Our Friends" and "Surface Envy," Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker, and Janet Weiss are streaming their album exclusively over at NPR. You can listen to it HERE.

The girls are planning to hit the road on a North American tour in support of their new album starting in February. Gah! We can't wait.

No Cities To Love drop Jan. 20th.



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