Indie Cindy (Pixiesmusic)

It’s been more than 20 years since the Pixies released their last LP, and it seems like the band picked up where they left off. The band’s latest effort, Indie Cindy, is full of LOUDquietLOUD songs and awkward chord progressions. There’s even some Gen X rap-singing, which proves 49-year-old frontman Black Francis is still capable of unabashed teen angst. Despite all the distorted aggression and forced screams, the record is noticeably missing the voice of Kim Deal, who left the band last year. All in all, Indie Cindy is great for superfans, but is nothing revolutionary for the casual listener.

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