Published Oct 03, 2017The Breeders hinted at new material last week, teasing a brief snippet of music. Well, they've just lifted the veil on the short teaser and unleashed a brand new single called "Wait in the Car."
The track marks the first new music from the Kim Deal-fronted band in eight years. They released an EP titled Fate to Fatal in 2009, though the band's last full-length record arrived as Mountain Battles in 2008.
"Wait in the Car" also signals a return to the group's original lineup, reuniting sisters Kim and Kelley Deal with Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson in the studio. The initially reteamed in 2013 for a string of reunion shows toasting the 20th anniversary of Last Splash.
The new tune will be released as part of an upcoming series of 7-inch singles via 4AD, each limited to 1,500 copies.
The first version will be pressed on orange vinyl with a cover of Amon Düül II's "Archangel's Thunderbird" and will available at the band's upcoming tour dates as of October 15, while a second version will be slapped on yellow wax with a cover of Devo's "Gates of Steel" and sold exclusively at select independent record stores starting October 27. A third version, pressed to red vinyl with Kim Deal's cover of "Joanne" by Mike Nesmith, will be announced later this year.
For now, check out "Wait in the Car" and its accompanying video down below.