Pixies release surprise 'EP2' – listen

Band release four new tracks, including 'Blue Eyed Hexe'

Pixies have released a limited edition EP. Hear new song 'Blue Eyed Hexe' above, now.

The band have made 'EP2' available to fans via a limited edition 10" vinyl. The EP features 'Blue Eyed Hexe' alongside new songs 'Magdalena', 'Greens and Blues' and 'Snakes'. The vinyl release is limited to 4,000 copies and comes complete with a lossless audio download plus a black patch-stitched hoodie. Alternatively, fans can simply download the EP for £4 via Pixies website.


'EP2' is Pixies second EP in the past 12 months, following the release of 'EP1' in September.

Late last year, Black Francis said recent changes in the Pixies line-up are no big deal.

Kim Shattuck expressed "shock" at being fired from Pixies having been hired to fill in for Kim Deal, who quit the band in June 2013. Shattuck's replacement is Paz Lenchatin, who has previously played with Zwan and A Perfect Circle.

Lenchatin will perform with Pixies when the band headline Field Day in London later this year. To check the availability of Field Day tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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