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    Pixies Debut Video for New Single “Human Crime”

    Into the blue sky, Takes me far away, Into the sunset, Rising in from another day

    The Pixies are back this week with their video for “Human Crime”, their first new track since their October 2020 single “Hear Me Out”.

    The song was produced and mixed by Tom Dalgety in Los Angeles in the fall of last year. Penned by frontman Black Francis, It is reflective and bittersweet, asking for compassion for a lost relationship that lingers in the physical spaces associated with memory, coloring even the brightest moments with sadness.

    “Human Crime” features a playful music video directed by the Pixies bassist, Paz Lenchantin that was filmed at the abandoned bunkers in San Pedro, and Gold Diggers Bar in Los Angeles.

    “The storyline is loosely based on an ‘inside joke’ between Charles and I about going on tour,” Lenchantim explains. “How we go through a door from our reality state into the altered state of becoming and being a Pixie.”

    Watch the video below:

    

    In less than two weeks, the Pixies are set to embark on their first tour in two years. Following several West Coast dates starting March 15th, the band will play a gig at Vive Latine in Mexico City, before playing the BBC 6 Music Festival in Wales.

    The live itinerary picks up again in the summer with UK and Europe with dates running from late June until early September.

    Find tickets for the North American shows here and the UK/European shows here.

    Pixies 2022 Tour Dates

    March 15 – Tucson, Ariz. @ Rialto Theatre
    March 16 – Anaheim, Calif. @ House of Blues
    March 17 – San Diego, Calif. @ The Observatory North Park
    March 20 – Mexico City, Mexico @ Vive Latino 2022
    April 1 – Cardiff, Wales, U.K. @ BBC 6 Music Festival
    June 22- Rouen, France @ Le 106
    June 23 – Rouen, France @ Le 106
    June 25 – Imola, Italy @ Autodromo Internazionale Enzo & Dino Ferrari
    June 27 – Rome, Italy @ Cavea, Auditorium Parco dela Musica
    June 30 – Rotselaar, Belgium @ Rock Werchter 2022
    July 5 – Manchester, U.K. @ Castlefield Bowl
    July 8 – London, U.K. @ British Summer Time Festival 2022
    July 9 – Madrid, Spain @ Mad Cool Festival 2022
    July 11 – Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel @ Bitan 1
    July 14 – Galway, Ireland @ Festival Big Top
    July 15 – Galway, Ireland @ Festival Big Top
    July 16 – Dublin, Ireland @ Iveagh Gardens
    July 20 – Vilnius, Lithuania @ Botanical Garden of Vilnius University
    July 28 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Gröna Lund
    July 30 – Cologne, Germany @ Welstars auf dem Roncalliplatz
    July 31 – Freiburg, Germany @ Zelt-musik-festival, Zirkuszelt
    Aug. 3 – Edinburgh, U.K. @ Corn Exchange
    Aug. 4 – Glasgow, U.K. @ Kelvingrove Park
    Aug. 5 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, U.K. @ Times Square
    Aug. 7 – Bingley, U.K. @ Bingley Weekender 2022
    Aug. 11 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg
    Aug. 12 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg
    Aug. 16 – Lecce, Italy @ Sei Festival
    Aug. 18 – Charleville-Mézières, France @ Festival Cabaret Vert 2022
    Aug. 23 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Den Atelier
    Aug. 25 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Forum Karlín
    Aug. 27 – Zagreb, Croatia @ Zagrebački Velesajam
    Aug. 29 – Belgrade, Serbia @ Tasmajdan Stadium
    Aug. 30 – Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Park
    Sept. 1-4 – Sixpenny Handley, U.K. @ End of the Road Festival 2022

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