Pixies share new single & video ‘Vault Of Heaven’ + dwell dates – Music News

Pixies share new single & video ‘Vault Of Heaven’ + dwell dates – Music News

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The return of Pixies has been rapturously obtained, the alt-rock trailblazers reconnecting with long-term followers and introducing themselves to a recent new viewers. In latest weeks, they’ve headlined giant outside venues throughout the UK, carried out as particular friends to Pearl Jam in Hyde Park, and performed considered one of their most intimate exhibits in years at Manchester’s Band On The Wall. The exhibits come forward of the discharge of their new album ‘Doggerel’ on September thirtieth, which was previewed by its lead single ‘There’s A Moon On’, which was immediately A-listed at BBC Radio 6Music.

Pixies’ momentum continues as they at the moment share the follow-up single ‘Vault of Heaven’. The monitor has simply premiered on Steve Lamacq’s 6 Music present, and was given its dwell debut on the Band On The Wall present.

Mixing dusky, Morricone-style desert noir atmospherics with a chiming, melodic guitar motif, ‘Vault of Heaven’ additionally takes a leftfield flip as thrives of feminine backing vocals present an virtually hymnal contact. Black Francis’s lyrics mix components which are each summary and on a regular basis in a surrealist narrative, through which the protagonist goals for salvation however solely finally ends up falling flat on his face.

‘Vault of Heaven’ is launched alongside an official video which brings its absurdist story to life. It begins with a semi-clothed Zorro-esque determine who’s heading into Los Angeles on the again of a toy horse. He arrives at a 7-Eleven, the place issues get stranger nonetheless with the assistance of weird Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe lookalikes. The visible was directed by the filmmaker and musician Charles Derenne.

As we’ve heard from each ‘Vault of Heaven’ and ‘There’s A Moon On’, ‘Doggerel’ is a mature but visceral report of ugly folks, ballroom pop and brutal rock. Its tales are haunted by the ghosts of affairs and indulgences, pushed wild by cosmic forces and envisioning digital afterlives the place no God has offered one. Pixies – accomplished by Joey Santiago (guitar), Paz Lanchantin (bass) and David Lovering (drums) – recorded the album with producer Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Ghost) in Vermont.

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