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u noch völlig anders klingen als die bisherigen Alben der drei Damen und sozusagen das Herzblut selbiger beinhalten. Soweit die Hard Facts zum Album. Wie Sleater-Kinney am Anfang der Woche über ihre Website mitteilten, ist "The Woods" allerdings bereits in die Weiten der P2P-Welt gelangt. Das mittlerweile vom Webserver gelöschte Statement lautete wie folgt:

»Our latest record is something that we have worked on for a long time. The writing took nearly two years in an effort to challenge and push ourselves. And the recording/mixing itself took six weeks. So much of this new record is a response to the deadening and watering down of music. We wanted to make something that felt wild and alive and that made us excited to wake up in the mornings. There is art work and lyrics and images that we want to share. Ideally, we want to present this record in the way we envision it; as a complete entity, flowing and tangible and within the context that we have created for it. […]

The most honest thing we can say is that it breaks our hearts to think of this being out there early. It actually just feels awful. The release date is 3 months away. We have worked for so long on this record. It’s not real for us until May 24th; that is the moment when we get to share this piece of our lives that we are so proud of, to share it with you the way we intended; please wait until then to share it with us.
If you have put this record up on the Internet, please take it down now.«

Real oder nicht, "The Woods" wirft bereits jetzt seine Schatten voraus. Und hoffentlich auch genügend lange, um die Band mal wieder auf das europäische Festland zu bekommen. Die Tracklist:

01. The Fox
02. Wilderness
03. What’s Mine is Yours
04. Jumpers
05. Modern Girl
06. Entertain
07. Rollercoaster
08. Steep Air
09. Let’s Call It Love
10. Night Light

"The Woods" wird es heißen, Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Mercury Rev, The Delgados, Mogwai, Low, usw. usf.) hat es produziert, erscheinen soll es am 24. Mai auf SubPop, dazu noch völlig anders klingen als die bisherigen Alben der drei Damen und sozusagen das Herzblut selbiger beinhalten. Soweit die Hard Facts zum Album. Wie Sleater-Kinney am Anfang der Woche über ihre Website mitteilten, ist "The Woods" allerdings bereits in die Weiten der P2P-Welt gelangt. Das mittlerweile vom Webserver gelöschte Statement lautete wie folgt:nn»Our latest record is something that we have worked on for a long time. The writing took nearly two years in an effort to challenge and push ourselves. And the recording/mixing itself took six weeks. So much of this new record is a response to the deadening and watering down of music. We wanted to make something that felt wild and alive and that made us excited to wake up in the mornings. There is art work and lyrics and images that we want to share. Ideally, we want to present this record in the way we envision it; as a complete entity, flowing and tangible and within the context that we have created for it. […]nnThe most honest thing we can say is that it breaks our hearts to think of this being out there early. It actually just feels awful. The release date is 3 months away. We have worked for so long on this record. It’s not real for us until May 24th; that is the moment when we get to share this piece of our lives that we are so proud of, to share it with you the way we intended; please wait until then to share it with us.nIf you have put this record up on the Internet, please take it down now.«nnReal oder nicht, "The Woods" wirft bereits jetzt seine Schatten voraus. Und hoffentlich auch genügend lange, um die Band mal wieder auf das europäische Festland zu bekommen. Die Tracklist:nn01. The Foxn02. Wildernessn03. What’s Mine is Yoursn04. Jumpersn05. Modern Girln06. Entertainn07. Rollercoastern08. Steep Airn09. Let’s Call It Loven10. Night Light

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