Published Jun 23, 2015The ever-evolving and always provocative Peaches has been keeping busy since releasing her last studio album I Feel Cream back in 2009. She put on a one-woman rendition of Jesus Christ Superstar, then released an experimental autobiographical film aptly titled Peaches Does Herself. Now, the eccentric Canadian-born electro-punk singer has unveiled plans for a new album and a book.
Titled Rub, the new record will arrive on September 25 via I U She Music/INgrooves/Fontana North.
It was recorded in L.A. with Vice Cooler and features prominent guest stars like long-time collaborator Feist on the track "I Mean Something," as well as Kim Gordon on "Close Up." You can see the full 11-song tracklisting below, which also includes some delightfully named tunes like "Dick in the Air," "Sick in the Head" and "Vaginoplasty."
Before Rub arrives, though, Peaches has also released a photography book called What Else Is in the Teaches of Peaches. Through photos by Holger Talinski, it documents her creative endeavours from the last decade, including her lead role in a Berlin-staged rendition of the classic opera L'Orfeo, musical collaborations with Yoko Ono, Le Tigre, and R.E.M., and the aforementioned Jesus Christ Superstar production. It started shipping earlier this month via Akashic Books.
Finally, Peaches will be celebrating the new releases by hitting the road for some live dates this fall. The trek will include Canadian stops in Vancouver (October 6), Toronto (October 20) and Montreal (October 21).
Below, find the tracklisting to Rub and the full list of upcoming tour dates. Keep scrolling past those to watch the new video for "Light in Places," featuring aerialist artist Empress Stah.
1. Close Up
3. Dick in the Air
5. Sick in the Head
6. Free Drink Ticket
7. How You Like My Cut
9. Light in Places
10. Dumb Fuck
11. I Mean Something
06/27 Minneapolis, MN – Twin Cities Pride
08/29 Austin ,TX – Austin Pride
09/07 Seattle, WA – Bumbershoot Festival
10/01 Solana Beach, CA – Belly Up Tavern
10/02 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
10/03 San Francisco, CA – Mezzanine
10/05 Portland, OR – Roseland Theatre
10/06 Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom
10/15 Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
10/16 Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre
10/17 Chicago, IL – Metro
10/18 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot Ballroom
10/20 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
10/21 Montreal, QC – Société des Arts
10/23 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
10/24 New York, NY – Irving Plaza
10/25 Philadelphia, PA – Trocadero Theatre
10/26 Washington, DC – 930 Club
10/28 Carrboro, NC – Cat's Cradle
10/29 Atlanta, GA – Terminal West
11/04 Houston, TX – Numbers
11/06-08 Austin, TX – Fun Fun Fun Fest
11/07 Dallas, TX – Trees
11/09 Denver, CO – The Summit Music Hall
11/10 Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge
11/11 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl
11/13 Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theatre