Indie-rock titans Sleater-Kinney have unveiled new single, Worry With You, their first new music since 2019’s St. Vincent-produced effort, The Center Won't Hold.
The single finds Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker serving up a wealth of jagged leads and sharply punctuated vocals over cyclical bass grooves, while the track’s chorus provides the yang to the verse’s yin, delivering a major-key ’60s pop sensibility.
You can listen to the track below.
Worry With You is taken from forthcoming 10th album, Path of Wellness, due out on June 11 via Mom+Pop.
Recorded in Portland, Oregon in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Path of Wellness was written, recorded and – for the first time – produced by Brownstein and Tucker, while a cast of unspecified local musicians brought the record’s 11 tracks to life.
The release also marks Sleater-Kinney’s first album since the departure of longtime drummer Janet Weiss, who left shortly before the release of The Center Won't Hold.
The full tracklisting for Path of Wellness is below.
- Path Of Wellness
- High in the Grass
- Worry With You
- Shadow Town
- Favorite Neighbor
- Tomorrow’s Grave
- No Knives
- Complex Female Characters
- Down The Line
- Bring Mercy