Aunty hath delivered
‘We’re not like grabbing a Les Paul and thinking, “does Rolling Stone want this guitar on the album?”…We don’t think like that. No one thinks like that. If they do, they’re probably going to make a shitty record.”
With a bit of Velvet Underground too.
“You have been the album of my life and I have never fallen out of love with you. Every time I blast you through my headphones, I am filled with a joy that I can’t explain.”
Deal or no Deal, the Pixies are here to stay.
We just went with it – it’s like, “Okay, the Pixies are cool now!”
“This is the best thing that Joey could have done, and we’re very proud that he’s taken this step.”
Pixies are heading back to Oz and they’re bringing their new album with them.
Fingers crossed Australia is on the cards!
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