Listen to Pixies’ New Song ‘Hear Me Out’

Pixies have returned with a new song called ‘Hear Me Out’. Taken from the sessions for 2019’s Beneath the Eyrie, the track will appear on a 12″ vinyl single along with a cover of T-Rex’s ‘Mambo Sun’, out October 16 via Pixies Recording/BMG. Check it out below, alongside a video directed by Maximilla Lukacs and filmed in Taos, New Mexico.

The video stars Paz Lenchantin, who currently holds down Kim Deal’s old bass/vocals position in the group, as well as Henry Hopper. “Hear Me Out” is about things not turning out the way we hoped, but knowing that it’s going to be ok regardless,” Lenchantin said in a statement. “Black [Francis] started the melody phrases on an old organ. I loved it right away, so he asked me to take a pass at the lyrics. The song has an evocative melody that inspired the lyrics to come out straight away.”

Early this year, Pixies put out an album of demos from Beneath the Eyrie.

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