BREEDERS LIMBER UP FOR THEIR NEXT SPLASH

The band are set to return to the studio in May to finish their comeback album...

THE BREEDERS played another unannounced show on Saturday night (March 17) in LOS ANGELES to debut a host of new songs.

Coming onstage at 8.30pm as the surprise opening act, the band used the 35-minute set at the Silverlake Garage to road test new material.

Apart from two Amps covers, ‘Pacer’ and ‘Tipp City’, and their 1994 single ‘Head To Toe’, The Breeders played all new material at the show.

The full set was: ‘Little Fury’

‘London Song’

‘Forced To Drive’

‘Put On A-Side’

‘Too Alive’

‘Head To Toe’

‘Tipp City’

‘Fire The Maid’

‘Full On Idle’

‘Pacer’

The Breeders have recorded a number of songs for their new album with producer Steve Albini, and plan to return to the studio in May to finish work on the record.