Slint slowly working on new material, touring Europe in summer

Posted March 19th, 2007 by Eric Greenwood · No Comments

The reunion bandwagon leaves no one behind. Even the unintentional inventors of post-rock, Slint, whose 1991 masterpiece, Spiderland, spawned many a pale imitation. Its home, Touch and Go, has posted an update on the band’s latest, reluctant regrouping: “Slint has been preparing for shows this summer. They want to play music together and have decided to work on new material. Once they find a rehearsal space (in Louisville, KY), they can begin this process. Anything new will take a while. With a little luck, Touch and Go will have something to release in the next few years.”

European Dates:

MAY 21 – Amsterdam, Holland / Paradiso

MAY 23 – Brussels, Belgium / AB

MAY 24 – Paris, France / Bataclan Club

MAY 28 – Bologna, Italy / RockER festival Estragon

MAY 29 – Roma, Italy / Circolo degli

MAY 31 – Barcelona, Spain / Don’t Look Back stage at Primavera Sound

AUG 20 – Glasgow -(UK) Barrowlands

AUG 22 – London, UK – Koko Club

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