We've got the promo for 'Indie Cindy', one of the four featured songs, for your viewing pleasure...
The alt-rock legends are coming to Dublin's Olympia Theatre for two dates in November and it seems like plenty of brand new material will get an airing.
We've already heard the quite brilliant 'Bagboy', now the quartet (Ms. Deal has been replaced by Ms. Shattuck) have released four brand new tracks.
For your €36, you get an instant digital download, a limited edition t-shirt and a the limited edition 10-inch vinyl (5000 copies are being made available.
Here's the tracklisting:
- 'Andro Queen'
- 'Another Toe In The Ocean'
- 'Indie Cindy'
- 'What Goes Boom'
Head on over to [link]www.pixiesmusic.com/ep1-eu/[/link].
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