Sleater-Kinney confirm they've reunited and announce new album No Cities To Love and UK tour
Alternative rock trio Sleater-Kinney have announced that they have reunited and will release a new album in January.
The album, which is titled No Cities To Love, will be released on January 19th in the UK and January 20th in the US and Canada.
It is the band's first album since their 2005 record The Woods (which you can preview on the right of the page) and their first since they went on an indefinite hiatus back in 2006. It is the eighth album of their career so far.
The trio, who consist of co-frontwomen Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein as well as drummer Janet Weiss, have previewed the album with the release of 'Bury Our Friends' online, which you can hear by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
The tracklisting for No Cities To Love is as follows:
'No Cities to Love'
'A New Wave'
'Bury Our Friends'
The trio are also heading out on a short UK and Ireland tour, playing four shows in all.
The tour begins at London's Roundhouse on March 23rd, before moving on to Manchester on the 24th, Glasgow on the 25th and finally Dublin on the 26th.
Sleater-Kinney will play:
London Roundhouse (March 23)
Manchester Albert Hall (24)
O2 ABC Glasgow (25)
Dublin Vicar Street (26)