Ever since Sleater-Kinney snuck a 7" of new music into the career-spanning box set they released a few months ago, effectively announcing their reunion and more forthcoming new music, we've been on the edge of our seats anticipating No Cities to Love, their first album in almost ten years. Now you can stream that record via NPR a week in advance of its physical release, and it's fantastic, with Corin Tucker's one-of-a-kind, assertive vocals leading the charge over Carrie Brownstein's searing guitar pyrotechnics and Janet Weiss's muscular, driving percussion. In case you forgot Sleater-Kinney is one of the best bands in the world, here's your unignorable refresher, and you'll probably be totally hooked about ten seconds into album opener "Price Tag." Check out the record below via NPR while you wait to pick up a physical copy in a record store, starting January 20th.
Stream the band's first album in almost ten years.