The Breeders mark Record Store Day with EP release

'Fate To Fatal' features guest vocals by Mark Lanegan

The Breeders mark Record Store Day with EP release
The Breeders have announced that they are pushing up the release date of a new four-song EP to celebrate Record Store Day.

'Fate To Fatal' is due out in the US on April 21 as part of the day that celebrates the unique culture surrounding the more than 700 independently owned record stores across the US and hundreds of similar stores internationally.

The EP will be released as a digital download and as a limited-edition 12-inch vinyl EP, with artwork hand-screened by Kim and Kelley Deal. The track 'The Last Time' features guest vocals by Mark Lanegan of Screaming Trees fame.

Meanwhile, the Deal sisters are set to make an appearance at Shake It Records in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 18, where they will perform a short set to celebrate Record Store Day.

The EP tracklisting is:

'Fate to Fatal'
'The Last Time'
'Chances Are'
'Pinnacle Hollow'


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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