Dig out your black lipstick and ripped tee: Sweater-Kinney today have announced they’ll be releasing a new album.
The punk girl group had taken a 10-year hiatus before releasing 2015’s comeback album, No Cities to Love, and recapturing the attention of music critics and fans alike. When they first stopped, they were one of America’s last true, great punk bands. This time, their fame is bolstered thanks to band member Carrie Brownstein’s rise to notability as co-creator and star of Portlandia, alongside SNL alum Fred Armisen. But the music still comes first, and now, the trio have announced the release of their next record, Live in Paris, their first live album in a career spanning over two decades
With the announcement, the group has also released a video for their song “Surface Envy,” composed of live clips of the band from performances throughout their career and featuring audio from Live in Paris, which was recorded March 20, 2015 at the historic venue La Cigale in Paris.
Check out the video below:
Live in Paris comes out January 27 through Sub Pop.