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Stream: Sleater-Kinney perform four ‘Path of Wellness’ tracks on new live EP

Indie rock giants Sleater-Kinney have shared a stunning new EP called Live At The Hallowed Halls. The collection sees the duo performing four tracks from Path of Wellness.

The new Amazon Original EP sees the band’s Carrie Brownstein and Corin Tucker recording the songs live at the titular recording studio in Portland. Live At The Hallowed Hall features live renditions of “High In The Grass,” “Worry With You,” “Method,” and, of course, “Path of Wellness.”

The recordings debuted on Amazon Music’s Twitch Channel on June 10th with Charles Hewett. Alongside the live performances, Sleater-Kinney took part in a series of interview segments alongside their fathers. This is definitely a must-watch and must-listen for Sleater-Kinney fans. The live renditions offer up a new twist to the original tunes, and the duo delve deeper into the meaning of the songs.

Watch the live performance and check out the Live At The Hallowed Halls tracklist below. You can also listen to the EP here.

Live At The Hallowed Halls Tracklist:

01 – “Path of Wellness (Live At The Hallowed Halls) [Amazon Original]”
02 – “Method (Live At The Hallowed Halls) [Amazon Original]”
03 – “High In The Grass (Live At The Hallowed Halls) [Amazon Original]”
04 – “Worry With You (Live At The Hallowed Halls) [Amazon Original]”
Path of Wellness marked Sleater-Kinney’s first new album since the departure of drummer Janet Weiss. Their 10th studio album album sees the pair channeling their rage into a rock-fueled fury. Together, they tackle the political through introspection.

Where the St. Vincent-produced The Center Won’t Hold looks inward, Path of Wellness channels the personal to apply it outward. The pair sing of dealing with misogyny, pandemic isolation, and trying to find moments of carefree joy. The 11-track collection features previously released singles “Method,” “High In The Grass,” and “Worry With You.”

Revisit the album in full below.

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