Influential alternative rock pioneers Pixies might finally be back in the studio recording after Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell let out a hasty tweet last night. After reforming in 2004 and touring the world, even visiting Australia a few times, it’s been on their cards for a while now. Slicing Up Eyeballs reports that Farrell
Influential alternative rock pioneers Pixies have decided it might be time to make a new album according to an interview with drummer David Lovering and guitarist Joey Santiago in The Gaurdian. It’s been two decades since the release of their last album Trompe Le Monde (older than some of their fans) and Lovering has said
To mark the occasion of The Pixies re-launcing their website, the band have decided to give-away the live recording of their triumphant reunion performance and Coachella 2004 for free right here. The recording which showcased the band in fine form in their early reunion stage is but the first in a series of live recordings
It seems I might have been a bit premature in nixing the idea of The Pixies turning up in Byron Bay at the end of July.
This is really cool. I think the Philly Jay’s did something very similar on their last national tour…
In the lead up to their Australian tour (which, in my opinion, is taking far too long to get here!) 2ser are broadcasting a special live performance by The Pixies on Thursday 25th February at 7:30pm.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of their classic 1989 album, Doolittle, Pixies – Black Francis, Kim Deal, Joey Santiago and David Lovering – have embarked on a very special tour – “The Doolittle Tour” – which arrives in Australia in March 2010.