This week’s new release round-up includes the rush-released new studio album from ex-Sugarcubes frontwoman Bjork, plus the new Charlatans’ studio album, an expanded 2CD reissue of The Primitives’ “Galore,” and vinyl reissues of Guided By Voices’ “Bee Thousand” and “King Shit & The Golden Boys.”
The Primitives today announced the release of their first full-length record in 21 years, a 14-track ‘concept covers album’ called ‘Echoes and Rhymes’ that will ‘revisit songs from semi-obscure bands from the ’60s with women lead singers’ in a variety of sonic styles.
Reunited indie-pop combo The Primitives are back with their first new recordings in 20 years, and in case you didn’t catch ‘Never Kill a Secret’ — the title track off the band’s forthcoming EP — on this week’s Slicing Up Eyeballs radio show, you can now stream the track in its entirety here.
After initially cautioning that their reunion solely was about ‘nostalgia,’ the members of U.K. indie-pop act The Primitives have hit the studio to record their first new music since 1991’s ‘Galore,’ telling fans ‘hopefully there’ll be a new Primitives release pretty soonish.’
Tweet Following their under-the-radar re-emergence in October after 17 years of inactivity, ’80s British indie-pop outfit The Primitives have booked a 10-date reunion tour of […]