Pixies Release 'Tenement Song' Video

09/07/2016
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Pixies

(Classic Rock) Pixies have released a video for their track "Tenement Song". The song comes from upcoming album Head Carrier, to be launched on September 30 - their first to feature bassist Paz Lenchantin as an official band member.

Frontman Black Francis recently explained how their sixth album came to include a thank-you song to former member Kim Deal after Lenchantin misheard a demo and inadvertently came up with a totally different track.

Francis reported: "She says, 'Maybe it could be the start of a new song.' I said, 'Absolutely, Paz, but you have to sing it.' She said, 'You have to write the words. You have to write about Kim Deal.' So that's what we did."

Pixies begin a European tour in November, with UK dates to follow in December. Watch the video and see the dates here.

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