Pixies say they will never record again

The reformed rockers will continue to tour

Frank Black has revealed Pixies will never make another record.

However, they will continue to tour, following the success of their reunion gigs.

Black told Uncut: “I wish it could go a bit further again and we could make a record. Not all of the band-members are willing to do that. Rather than make a big deal out of it, we’ve agreed to just continue to play live.”


The singer reassured fans over their commitment to touring, however.

He said: “We definitely enjoy ourselves. There is a little camaraderie, a gang mentality that takes over when we’re about to take the stage.”

He also revealed that the relationship between bassist Kim Deal and himself is much improved since the Pixies’ first split in 1991.

Black said: “Now, if we’re on tour together, we hang out, we hug. We have some good conversations, I suppose.”

For more information, pick up a copy of this month’s Uncut, out July 6.


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