Sleater-Kinney Talks New Album, Previews Unreleased Songs on NPR

Sleater-Kinney, 2005.
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Sleater-Kinney, 2005.

About a month after unexpectedly releasing its first new song in nine years, the reunited members of Sleater-Kinney previewed new tracks during an interview with NPR that aired on Thursday (Nov. 20).

Listen to Sleater-Kinney's First New Song in Nine Years, 'Bury Our Friends'

During the nearly 40-minute interview with NPR’s All Songs Considered hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton, Sleater-Kinney members Carrie Brownstein, Corin Tucker and Janet Weiss discussed the band’s reunion and forthcoming album, No Cities To Love, which is scheduled for release on Jan. 20.

The Northwest trio also previewed snippets of new songs “Surface Envy” and No Cities to Love,” as Spin points out. They come in at 19:19 and 32:39, respectively. The full interview can be streamed here.

Sleater-Kinney released a new song called "Bury Our Friends" just days before the Oct. 21 release of its new box set. The track was included an unlabeled 7-inch. Listen below.


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