When the Breeders reunited to release their first new music in a decade, the 2017 single ‘Wait in the Car’, they formed a series of limited 7” releases. On one, Kim Deal’s dreamy reimagining of Mike Nesmith’s ‘Joanne’ fills the B-side. And now, for the first time, the Breeders share an intimate video of Deal’s recording of that exact take in Steve Albini’s Chicago, IL studio with an appearance from Albini. Watch below!
In lieu of a traditional bio, author Neil Gaiman (Sandman, Coraline) penned a biographical essay on the Breeders. Read an excerpt below and the full version here.
People change over the years, and the you that is you never changes. Yesterday you were a kid, and tomorrow you’ll be old, and you think you’re the same person you were, despite all evidence to the contrary.
Music slices you in time.
The Breeders’ long-awaited fifth album All Nerve is out on March 2, and will be released on CD, standard edition black vinyl LP, limited alternate sleeve/orange vinyl (independent stores only) and digitally.
Pre-order All Nerve: https://thebreeders.lnk.to/AllNerve-album