Savages to release a new EP this year

The record will feature live favourite 'Fuckers'

Savages to release a new EP this year

Photo: Dan Dennison/NME

Savages are to release a new EP later this year.

The record, which will see a vinyl release, is set to include fan favourite non-album track 'Fuckers' and a cover of Suicide's 'Dream Baby Dream'. Click below to see footage of the band perform 'Fuckers' in London last year.

Speaking to Australian radio station Triple J, singer Jehnny Beth said: "We're going to release a song that we play live called 'Fuckers'. We recorded it live from a show did in London last fall at The Forum. It's going to be available on vinyl as well. We're also be covering a Suicide track called 'Dream Baby Dream'." You can listen to the whole interview below.

Savages have been in Australia and New Zealand taking part in the travelling Laneway festival, which also included Jagwar Ma, King Krule and Daughter. The band released Mercury-nominated debut album 'Silence Yourself' in May 2013.



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