Sleigh Bells Announce New Album Texis, Share Video for New Song: Watch

Sleigh Bells are returning this year with a new album. Their new full-length is called Texis and it’s out September 10 via Mom + Pop. The duo of Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller announced the record with a video for the new single “Locust Laced.” Directed by Miller and Nina Ljeti, it portrays the duo as a ’50s country group. Watch it, and find Sleigh Bells’ upcoming tour dates, below.

“We stopped worrying about whether or not we’re in or out of our comfort zone, or if we were being repetitive or formulaic,” producer and guitarist Derek Miller said of the creative process behind the new album. Texis follows 2016’s Jessica Rabbit and the 2017 Kid Kruschev EP.

Content

Texis:

01 SWEET75
02 An Acre Lost
03 I’m Not Down
04 Locust Laced
05 Knowing
06 Justine Go Genesis
07 Tennessee Tips
08 Rosary
09 Red Flag Flies
10 True Seekers
11 Hummingbird Bomb

Sleigh Bells:

10-05 Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre
10-06 Richmond, VA – The Broadberry
10-08 Nashville, TN – Mercy Lounge
10-09 Charlotte, NC – The Underground
10-10 Atlanta, GA – Center Stage Theater
10-12 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
10-13 Austin, TX – Mohawk
10-15 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater
10-17 Denver, CO – Gothic Theatre
10-18 Salt Lake City, UT – Metro Music Hall
10-20 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom
10-21 Los Angeles, CA – Teragram Ballroom
10-23 Oakland, CA – The New Parish
10-26 Portland, OR – Wonder Ballroom
10-27 Vancouver, British Columbia – Venue Nightclub
10-28 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
02-08 Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
02-09 Cincinnati, OH – The Ballroom at Taft Theatre
02-11 St. Louis, MO – Red Flag
02-12 Kansas City, MO – The Truman
02-13 Omaha, NE – Slowdown
02-15 Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom
02-16 Minneapolis, MN – Fine Line
02-18 Chicago, IL – Metro
02-19 Detroit, MI – The Magic Stick
02-21 Toronto, Ontario – The Axis Club
02-23 Washington, D.C. – 9:30 Club
02-24 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
02-25 Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
02-27 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts

Source : Pitchfork