The Breeders return with a small UK tour, a couple of releases and, of course, their All Tommorow's Parties appearance
The strictly limited 10" 'Off You', their first new material since 1993's 'The Breeders' Last Splash', was released by 4AD on the 25th of March. The record features 3 new brand Breeders tracks, 'Off You', 'Little Fury' and 'The She'.
'Off You', recorded by Steve Albini, is to be followed by the single 'Huffer' to coincide with the bands' forthcoming dates at All Tomorrow's Parties and the new Breeders album, which will be released on the 20th of May 2002.
'Huffer' is out on the 29th of April taken from the band's forthcoming album 'Title TK', with Kim Deal playing "everything", again recorded by Steve Albini. The single will be available on CD (BAD 2204CD) and 7" (BAD 2204). The tracklisting is as follows:
2. 'Forced To Drive' (Loho version)
3. 'Climbing The Sun'
The Breeders have just confirmed their UK tour, which follows the band's appearance at this year's All Tomorrow's Parties in April:
28th - BIRMINGHAM Little Academy
29th - GLASGOW QMU
30th - MANCHESTER MDH
1st - LONDON Mean Fiddler