Sleater-Kinney announces first live album, shares video for “Surface Envy” — watch

Live in Paris captures the band's raucous career-spanning set at La Cigale

Two decades and one reunion-of-the-year later, Sleater-Kinney are finally ready to drop a live album.

Due out January 27th via Sub Pop, the album’s titled Live in Paris and captures their March 2016 gig at La Cigale, where the Riot grrrl trio unpacked 13 songs that span most of their eight-album discography, specifically: 2015’s No Cities to Love, 2005’s The Woods, 2002’s One Beat, 1999’s The Hot Rock, 1997’s Dig Me Out, and 1996’s Call the Doctor.

Catch a clip of “Surface Envy” below which features tons of fan-shot footage and consult the tracklist.

If that’s not enough, you can also revisit our past ranking of the group’s discography in addition to our FACES issue on Carrie Brownstein. Also, catch a video replay of Sleater-Kinney’s NYE all-star cover of David Bowie’s Rebel Rebel” featuring Britt Daniel of Spoon and The Thermals.

Live in Paris Tracklist:
01. Price Tag
02. Oh!
03. What’s Mine Is Yours
04. A New Wave
05. Start Together
06. No Cities To Love
07. Surface Envy
08. I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone
09. Turn It On
10. Entertain
11. Jumpers
12. Dig Me Out
13. Modern Girl


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