Pixies look for revival in new songs, tour
Music » Band, which reunited in 2004, likens the excitement surrounding the new work to a magic act.
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What did the Pixies think?
"Yeah, they ripped us off," Santiago joked.
What impact the new-look Pixies will have on a new generation of musicians will unfold as they continue to tour and release more songs, which they say are coming, on their own terms. For now, Thompson is keeping the band’s future plans close to the vest.
"If we tell everyone how we’re going to conquer the world," he said, "someone else is going to steal our idea, and they’re going to conquer the world."
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