Wait In The Car

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  • The Breeders released this single on October 3, 2017, ahead of some UK and US tour dates. It was the first new material from their line-up of Kim and Kelley Deal, Jim Macpherson, and Josephine Wiggs since the quartet released their classic 1993 album, Last Splash.
  • The visuals to accompany the song were designed by Chris Brigg and Martin Andersen of the Andersen M creative studio. They said:

    "It all started with a brick. We both liked the idea of using something iconic yet quite banal. An old brick has a story and it's a beautiful raw object. We started collecting more and more (some intact, some broken) and realised how different they all appear, each one having its own identity."
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