Published Mar 05, 2018Prior to their residency in New York last year, the Hold Steady dropped a pair of brand new songs. Now, ahead of a string of upcoming shows in London, the band are back with another one-two punch of new music.
This time, they've delivered "Eureka" and "Esther." The tunes were recorded in Brooklyn in November, during the same sessions that spawned the previously released "Entitlement Crew" and "A Snake in the Shower."
The pair of tracks are currently available via Bandcamp, and any proceeds from purchases will be donated to the K+L Guardian Foundation, benefitting the children of "Jersey" Mike Van Jura, who the band have deemed "the unofficial leader of the Unified Scene."
Both songs will hit major streaming sites next week, but right now, listen to the new cuts down below.
The Hold Steady's last full-length album was 2014's Teeth Dreams.