Sleater-Kinney release new album Path Of Wellness

Rock band Sleater-Kinney have released their 10th studio album, Path Of Wellness via Milk! Records/Remote Control and share lyric video ‘Method’. The song is a scrappy plea for tenderness, a grasp at vulnerability in times that require toughness and armor. Path of Wellness has already been lauded one of the most anticipated albums from the likes of Vulture and Vogue. Click HERE to watch to ‘Method,’ with a lyric video by Lance Bangs.

‘Method’ follows the release of the first two singles ‘High In The Grass’ and ‘Worry With You’ which were met with great critical praise from the likes of The New York Times “The Playlist,” NPR Music’s “All Songs Considered” as well as Rolling Stone, FADER, Vulture, Stereogum and many more. ‘Worry With You’ was the first new music from the band music since 2019. The accompanying visual, which was shot in Portland, OR was directed by Alberta Poon and stars Fabi Reyna and Megan Watson. Watch/Listen HERE. Sleater-Kinney also recently shared a video for new song ‘High in the Grass’ Click HERE to view!

In the midst of 2020’s endless turbulence, Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker wrote and recorded the album in Portland, OR. They welcomed local musicians in the studio to bring their vision to life. For the first time, the band also took the reins and self-produced the eleven-track offering. With their new release, the band deliver a provocative, powerful, and poetic statement when alternative music and culture could use it the most.

Sleater-Kinney first emerged from Olympia, WA in 1994. The group’s 1997 landmark album, Dig Me Out, earned a spot on Rolling Stone’s “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.” During 2015, they returned from a decade-long hiatus with the triumphant No Cities To Love. It closed out 2015 on dozens of year-end lists, reaching #1 for The Daily Beast and The Skinny. Most recently, they teamed up with St. Vincent to produce 2019’s The Center Won’t Hold. Throughout their career, the band have sold out shows on multiple continents.

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