Pixies' secret Record Store Day song 'Women Of War' revealed – listen

Unheard track included in Record Store Day version of new album 'Indie Cindy'

A previously unheard Pixies song titled 'Women Of War' has been revealed. See above to hear the track now.

'Women Of War' features on the Record Store Day release of the US band's new album 'Indie Cindy', which was released on April 19. Fans who purchased the album discovered the song, which does not feature on the album tracklist and has never been heard before.

'Indie Cindy' will be released officially on April 28 and comprises of eight tracks from the band's 'EP-1' and 'EP-2' plus three new tracks from 'EP-3'. 'Indie Cindy' marks the first time all three releases have been available as one collection.

Pixies' last album, 'Trompe Le Monde', was released in 1991. Producer Gil Norton, who produced that album as well as 'Doolittle' and 'Bossanova', has produced 'Indie Cindy', with all of the songs recorded at Rockfield Studios, Wales in October 2012.

The 'Indie Cindy' tracklisting is as follows:

'What Goes Boom'
'Greens And Blues'
'Indie Cindy'
'Bagboy'
'Magdalena 318'
'Silver Snail'
'Blue Eyed Hexe'
'Ring The Bell'
'Another Toe In The Ocean'
'Andro Queen'
'Snakes'
'Jaime Bravo'


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