WAVE OF STEPHEN'S NEW STUFF!

Five new songs back 'Dark Wave'...

WAVE OF STEPHEN'S NEW STUFF!
Stephen Malkmus have announced details of the first single off their new album 'PIG LIB'.

'Dark Wave' is the lead track of a six-track CD and 10"
scheduled for release on April 28 through Domino.


The five new tracks are 'Dynamic Calories', 'Fractions And Feelings' and 'Old Terry', which were all recorded during the 'Pig Lib' sessions. The two other tracks were recorded live, a cover of Mellow Candle's 'The Poet And The Witch' from Malmo, Sweden and 'Shake It Around' from Melbourne, Australia.


The release of 'Dark Wave' coincides with Stephen Malkmus' UK tour, which includes the two-night 'Down The Dustpipe' event at the Royal Festival Hall in London, as previously announced on NME.COM.

The full bill reads as follows:

April 18

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
Graham Coxon
Bert Jansch
Mark Perry & Alternative TV


April 19

Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
Super Furry Animals
The Groundhogs
Vashti Bunyan


The 19th will also see a pre-concert performance on the ballroom floor by Wizz Jones, where The Buff Medways will also perform post-concert.

Tickets, which cost between £17.50 and £22.50, can be bought by calling 020 7960 4242 or clicking here.


The other UK dates are at:

Glasgow QMU (April 16)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (April 17)
London Royal Festival Hall (April 18/19)
Manchester University (April 23)
Bristol Anson Rooms (April 24)


For tickets to the UK shows outside London, call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663, or click here.

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