Pavement planning new album release

Band considering compilation featuring radio sessions

Pavement planning new album release
Pavement guitarist Spiral Stairs has revealed that the band are planning to release a best of compilation featuring previously-unreleased radio sessions next year.

The guitarist, real name Scott Kannberg, told NME.COM that the album would be likely to feature outtakes as well as the band's best-known songs, and be released around the same time of their reunion gigs next year.

"There's talk of doing a best of, with some really cool outtakes on that," he explained. "The very first radio show that Pavement ever did has never been released. I don't think anyone's heard it, so we'll put that out there sometime."

Pavement are set to play comeback gigs in Australia and New Zealand next March. They will then play three shows at the London O2 Academy Brixton, headline and curate the All Tomorrow's Parties festival in Minehead and headline Barcelona's Primavera Sound festival.

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