Pixies schedule new album
have announced Indie Cindy, the band’s first full studio album since 1991’s Trompe le Monde. It will be released on 28th April on the band’s own independent label, Pixiesmusic (marketed and distributed worldwide by [PIAS] Recordings).
The 12 cuts on Indie Cindy were produced by Gil Norton. The tracklisting is drawn from the three previously released EPs.
Sit back, 'cos here's the formatting information:
"Pixies are making the album available in a selection of formats: as a standard 12-track single-CD digipak with booklet; as a two-disc, deluxe gatefold album, pressed on 180-gram vinyl; as a standard 12-track digital download via iTunes, Amazon, and other online retail sellers; as an expanded digital download exclusively through iTunes that includes a bonus live-in-concert 13-track set recorded during the band’s recently-completed North American tour; available at pixiesmusic.com, a special deluxe, limited edition (5,000) two-disc set (available as a CD and as a deluxe gatefold album pressed on 180-gram vinyl) that includes the 13-track live disc. This deluxe package also includes a 40-page, hard-back book that features the new artwork produced exclusively for Indie Cindy. The CD limited edition is packaged in a special gold-foil hard slipcase.
On 19 April, a week before the official release date and exclusively for Record Store Day, Pixies will make Indie Cindy available as a special RSD limited edition, two-disc, deluxe gatefold, 180-gram vinyl set, only from independent record stores participating in RSD."
Track listing: 1. What Goes Boom 2. Greens and Blues 3. Indie Cindy 4. Bagboy 5. Magdalena 318 6. Silver Snail 7. Blue Eyed Hexe 8. Ring the Bell 9. Another Toe in the Ocean 10. Andro Queen Snakes 11. Jaime Bravo
Track listing for Live In The USA: 1. Bone Machine 2. Hey 3. Ana 4. Magdalena 318 5. Snakes 6. Indie Cindy 7. I’ve Been Tired 8. Head On 9. The Sad Punk 10. Distance Equals Rate Times Time 11. Something Against You 12. Isla de Encanta 13. Planet of Sound (with touring bassist Paz Lenchantin)