"Memory" - Violent Femmes [NPR Official Audio Stream]

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published January 13, 2016

It's been 16 years since alternative rock band Violent Femmes have released a full-length studio album of new songs, but that's about to change! Above, you can listen to "Memory," the band's first single from their upcoming album, We Can Do Anything.

Guitarist Gordon Gano spoke with NPR about the song's history:

We even recorded it as a demo many years ago... And then it was forgotten about until digging into [our] archives, which led us to record it anew and release it.

Longtime fans will immediately recognize the band's signature sound, as acoustic strumming and melodic riffs supplement Gano's catchy and unique vocal delivery. "Memory" feels like a familiar song from the band's early days, which fans will enjoy. Hopefully, the rest of the album will retain some of that older energy, with a fresh sound.

Last year, the band released a 4-song EP titled Happy New Year for Record Store Day that included a new song, "Love Love Love Love Love." Check that out on Amazon and Spotify.

We Can Do Anything will be the Violent Femmes first new LP since 2000's Freak Magnet. It's set for a March 4, 2016 release. Pick it up on Amazon.

For the latest music, news, and tour dates from the Violent Femmes, check out their Zumic artist page.

Violent Femmes We Can Do Anything album cover art

Source: NPR

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