Speaking to DIY Magazine, Brownstein revealed that the band will begin playing music again at some point in the future.
“I think with Sleater-Kinney, we just kind of went on hiatus, so we probably will do something and it won’t be a reunion, we will just start playing music again,” revealed Carrie.
Seemingly picking her words carefully, she continued: “I think, I always just like to look forward, rather than dwelling on something in the past, so at the time, it was like I took a couple of years off from playing music, and then it just felt more interesting to try to do something new as a challenge.’
‘I don’t think it would be easier to just go back to being Sleater-Kinney, but I do think there’s an innate chemistry and a shared ‘thing’ that the three of us have that I’m sure we’ll explore again.”
Carrie Brownstein has recently finished touring with Wild Flag, and is getting ready to begin writing her autobiography.
Sleater-Kinney went on hiatus back in 2006.
To read the full interview with Carrie, check out this month’s issue of DIY Magazine.