It’s hard to believe that it’s been 30 years since The Breeders dropped Last Splash, but it’s been that long. Time is a tough spin but that doesn’t mean it’s harsh to music as the album is celebrating itself by being reissued. Along with the original tracklist there are two new unreleased songs. “Go Man Go” is one of them and it can be heard below.
Opening with vocals the song comes on like a heater. With a bombastic rhythm and flash forward amount of power, the song is a reminder of the band’s prowess. The way that Kim Deal shoulders it all around herself gives you their one two punch in the face. The softness of their past selves rings true underneath and echoes itself again and again.
The song can be heard above or wherever you stream music. The 30th Anniversary of Last Splash is available for preorder from 4ad Records before it drops September 22. The Breeders are on tour starting August 03 at The Knitting Factory in Boise, ID until October 25 in Seattle, WA at The Paramount Theatre. Their dates can be found here.
Image Credits: Photo by Kevin Westerberg.