The Pixies roared back into record shops this spring with Indie Cindy, their first album in more than two decades, and now, thanks to the fine folks at PIAS America, we’ve got copies of the limited-edition, hardbound 2CD release of the album to give away to three lucky Slicing Up Eyeballs readers.
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With the Pixies’ first new album in 23 years out this week, the band — Black Francis, Joey Santiago and David Lovering — sat down to discuss Indie Cindy track-by-track, an interview that’s been packaged as an 18-minute video that you can see here.
This week’s new releases include the brand-new studio album from the Pixies (‘Indie Cindy’), plus a four-disc box set from The Sound, a reissue of X’s ‘Under the Big Black Sun,’ the documentary “The Rise and Fall of The Clash,” the U.S. release of Prefab Sprout’s latest album and an Inspiral Carpets reissue.
Due out next week, the Pixies’ first new album in 23 years isn’t exactly new, given that its 12 tracks each have been released via a series of three EPs over the past seven months. Nevertheless, the band today premiered Indie Cindy via streams at NPR and the U.K.’s Guardian newspaper.
The Pixies’ forthcoming album Indie Cindy collects the 12 new songs the band released over the past year via a series of three EPs, but fans who buy the pre-release vinyl edition of the album today at participating Record Store Day retailers are in for a surprise: a 13th new song, “Women of War.”
The new Pixies music keeps flowing, and, following the instant-release of a new EP and the announcement of a new album compiling the band’s recently released material, the Pixies also have a debuted a music video for the song “Snakes,” which appears both on EP3 and Indie Cindy.