Alongside, as you can see there, a photo of the group and Annie in the studio, it’s set to surface at some point this year.
It’ll be the follow-up to 2015’s ‘No Cities to Love’, their first record in a decade.
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In the words of Annie Clark herself, “It’s gonna be a champagne year!”
It’s the first release from the group since August’s ‘The Center Won’t Hold’.
By far their most stylised, radio-friendly work to date.
The August issue of DIY - featuring Sleater-Kinney, The Murder Capital, The Big Moon, Kim Petras and more - is out now
It also features Friendly Fires, The Futureheads, Jay Som, Shura, Whitney and more.