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“You’re So Impatient”/”Que Sera, Sera”

Listen/Watch Lyric Videos HERE




Co-Headlining with Modest Mouse

w/ Special Guest Cat Power


Pixies L-R:  Dave Lovering, Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Emma Richardson

Photo credit:  Liam Maxwell

(Monday, June 3, 2024) – Pixies return with the release of their first new music for 2024 with  a

brand new AA-side single, “You’re So Impatient”/”Que Sera, Sera.”  Listen HERE.


The new AA-side finds Pixies creating a macabre and cinematic picture of American pop culture.

Furious punk ditty “You’re So Impatient” is an explosive two minute, nine second Zombie attack a

the mall, before Pixies twist the classic 1950s standard “Que Sera, Sera” into a dark folk tale, told

anew through the lens of a sci-fi monster epic – originally recorded as the soundtrack for the

U.S. TV show “From.”  A limited edition 7-inch single including both tracks will be released on

July 19. 

Speaking about “You’re So Impatient,” vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Black Francis said, “’You’re So Impatient’ is a slightly comedic suburban culture moment:  there’s this guy, there’s this gal, there’s this tug-of-love dynamic going on.  But the backdrop is the mall.  And while the mall is crass, it’s also a very zombie, rock ‘n’ roll horror movie setting.”


Twenty-twenty-four is a momentous year for Pixies.  Thirty-five years since their groundbreaking, Platinum-certified album Doolittle catapulted the band into the UK Top Ten, was heralded as one of the top albums of the 1980s, and twenty years since the band’s celebrated reformation at Coachella, Pixies are deep into their second act.  Bigger than ever, playing to fans spanning multiple generations, and in the midst of a creative purple patch, with more new music soon to be announced.


Pixies’ new AA-side single arrives amidst a packed touring schedule set to take in circa seventy live shows across the world through 2024 – with even more dates to be announced for 2025.  They have just kicked off a North American tour with Modest Mouse and Cat Power, with a return to the UK in August for a run of already sold-out headline shows, as well as appearances at major festivals.


The shows will mark Pixies’ second visit to the UK this year following a sold-out run of gigs celebrating the Bossanova and Trompe Le Monde albums, which saw Pixies welcome new bassist Emma Richardson (Band of Skulls) to the line-up, the first British band member to join the alt-rock icons.  Looking ahead, Pixies will head to New Zealand and Australia in November for stadium gigs with Pearl Jam, closing what’s set to be a monumental year for one of the world’s most influential, revered and deeply anchored bands.  


Pixies’ North American tour dates are as follows:

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North America: Pixies, Modest Mouse & Cat Power

May 31       Charleston, SC      Firefly Distillery            

Jun 1           Charlotte, NC       PNC Music Pavilion

Jun 2           Nashville, TN       Ascend Amp

Jun 4           Atlanta, GA          Cadence Bank Amp

Jun 5           Cincinnati, OH     Andrew J Brady Music Center

Jun 8           Toronto, ON         Budweiser Stage

Jun 9           Laval, QC             Place Bell

Jun 11         Gilford, NH          Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

Jun 12         Philadelphia, PA   TD Pavilion at the Mann

Jun 14         Columbia, MD      Merriweather Post Pavilion

Jun 15         Queens, NY          Forest Hills Stadium

Jun 16         Mansfield, MA     Xfinity Center

Jun 18         Detroit, MI            Michigan Lottery Amp

Jun 19         Chicago, IL            Huntington Bank Pavilion

Jun 20         Minneapolis, MN  Surly Brewing Festival Field  [SOLD OUT]

Jun 22         Madison, WI         Breese Stevens Field

Jun 23         Waukee, IA           Vibrant Music Hall

Jun 24         Kansas City, MO   Starlight Theatre

Jun 26         Austin, TX            Germania Insurance Amp

Jun 27         Irving, TX             Toyota Music Factory

Jun 28         Rogers, AR            Walmart AMP

Jun 30         Denver, CO            Fiddler’s Green Amp

2024 Europe and UK Tour

July 24    Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain* 

July 26    Low Festival, Benidorm, Spain* [FESTIVAL]

July 28    Noches Del Botánico, Madrid, Spain* 

]uly 30     Lété Au Chateau, Provence, France* 

August 1  OpenLucht Theater Goffert, Nijmegen, Netherlands* 

August 2  OpenLucht Theater Goffert, Nijmegen, Netherlands* 

August 4   Ronquieres Festival, Braine-le-Comte, Belgium 

August 5    Lokerse Feesten, Lokeren, Belgium [FESTIVAL]

August 7   Den Atelier, Luxembourg* [SOLD OUT]

August 8    Musik Im Park, Schwetzingen, Germany

August 10   Forum Karlin, Prague, Czech Republic*  
August 13    House of Culture, Helsinki, Finland* 

August 14    House of Culture, Helsinki, Finland *

August 16    Parkenfestivalen, Bodø, Norway* [FESTIVAL]

August 17    Stereo Festival, Trondheim, Norway* [FESTIVAL]

August 20    Academy, Glasgow, UK* 

August 21    Piece Hall, Halifax, UK* 

August 23    All Points East, London, UK [FESTIVAL]

August 24    Victorious Festival, Portsmouth, UK [FESTIVAL]

August 27    Galway Airport, Galway, Ireland

August 28    Custom House Square, Belfast, UK*

August 29    RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin, Ireland


2024 Auckland and New Zealand Tour w/ Pearl Jam

November 8   Go Media Stadium Mt Smart, Auckland, New Zealand* 

November 10   Go Media Stadium Mt Smart, Auckland, New Zealand

November 13   Heritage Bank Stadium, Gold Coast, Australia* 

November 16   Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, Australia* 

November 18   Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, Australia

November 21   Giants Stadium, Sydney, Australia* 

November 23   Giants Stadium, Sydney, Australia


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