Pixies announce brand new studio album ‘Beneath The Eyrie’ which is set for release on 13th September later this year. To coincide they will be doing a massive tour which we will expect to storm the UK in their own inimitable style.

This will be Pixies first release for Infectious/BMG Worldwide

Pre-Sales Begin Today: https://pixies.lnk.to/eyriePR  

Listen to the debut single, “On Graveyard Hill,” here: https://pixies.lnk.to/graveyardhillPR  Co-written by Francis and Lenchantin, ‘On Graveyard Hill’ is an in-your-face, classic Pixies tale of imminent, ominous doom.

Visceral, musically cinematic, otherworldly but strangely familiar and a bit unsettling, welcome to Pixies’ brand-new studio album. Beneath The Eyrie is the usual Pixies oddball stuff, where tales of witches, Daniel Boone, misfits and other characters fit utterly into the band’s inherent weirdness. This will be available in numerous formats.

 Pre Order here:  pixiesmusic.com

Tour dates:


13   Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK

14   Pavilions, Plymouth, UK

16   O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK

17   O2 Academy, Leeds, UK

18   O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK

20   Alexandra Palace, London, UK

21   O2 Academy, Newcastle, UK

22   O2 Academy, Glasgow, UK

23   Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK

25   Ulster Hall, Belfast, UK

26   Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

29   Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway

30   Cirkus, Stockholm, Sweden



 1    KB Hallen, Denmark, Copenhagen

 3    TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands

 4    O13 Poppodium, Tilburg, The Netherlands

 5    Columbiahalle, Berlin, Germany

 7    Palladium, Cologne, Germany

 8    Lucerna Music Hall, Prague, Czech Republic

 9    Gasometer, Vienna, Austria

11   Estragon, Bologna, Italy

12   Todays at OGR, Turin, Italy

13   X-Tra, Zurich, Switzerland

15   Tonhalle, Munich, Germany

16   Forest National, Brussels, Belgium

17   Luxexpo, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

19   L’Olympia, Paris, France

20   Le Radiant, Lyon, France

21   Le Liberte, Rennes, France

23   Sant Jordi Club, Barcelona, Spain

24   Riviera, Madrid, Spain

25   Campo Pequeno, Lisbon, Portugal

26   Coliseum, Galicia, Spain

 Words by Wayne Carey who writes for Louder Than War. His author profile is here and you can catch his  website here 






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