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Sleater-Kinney Play First Show In Nine Years

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on February 10, 2015

in News

Sleater-Kinney returned to the concert stage on Sunday night with a show at the Knitting Factory in Spokane, WA.

The band was together from 1994 to 2006 when they announced an indefinite hiatus. Over the next eight years, Carrie Brownstein formed Wild Flag and worked on her budding acting career with film and the series Portlandia. Janet Weiss spent some time with Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks before releasing a solo album while Corin Tucker also released a solo effort.

In October of last year, the band announced that they had recording a new album, No Cities to Love, which was released on January 20. Over the course of the evening, they performed eight of the albums ten tracks, skipping only Hey Darling and Fade.

As for the rest of their set, they performed four songs each from Dig Me Out (1997) and The Woods (2005) but largely ignored their early career, totally skipping their debut album and doing only one song from the followup, Call the Doctor.

Sleater-Kinney set list

Main Set
Price Tag (from No Cities to Love, 2015)
Fangless (from No Cities to Love, 2015)
Start Together (from The Hot Rock, 1999)
Oh! (from One Beat, 2002)
No Anthems (from No Cities to Love, 2015)
Get Up (from The Hot Rock, 1999)
Ironclad (from All Hands on the Bad One, 2000)
One Beat (from One Beat, 2002)
Bury Our Friends (from No Cities to Love, 2015)
What’s Mine Is Yours (from The Woods, 2005)
One More Hour (from Dig Me Out, 1997)
No Cities to Love (from No Cities to Love, 2015)
Surface Envy (from No Cities to Love, 2015)
Words and Guitar (from Dig Me Out, 1997)
Sympathy (from One Beat, 2002)
A New Wave (from No Cities to Love, 2015)
Entertain (from The Woods, 2005)
Jumpers (from The Woods, 2005)

Encore
Gimme Love (from No Cities to Love, 2015)
Dig Me Out (from Dig Me Out, 1997)
I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone (from Call the Doctor, 1996)
Turn It On (from Dig Me Out, 1997)
Modern Girl (from The Woods, 2005)

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