NEW YORK (AFP): Sleater-Kinney, whose combination of snarling guitars and feminist politics made the band key to the riot grrrl movement, is reuniting for its first album in 10 years and a tour. The band on its website released a first track - the hard guitar-driven ‘Bury Our Friends’ - from the album ‘No Cities to Love’ which will go on sale on January 20. Sleater-Kinney will then tour the United States and Europe for nearly two months starting on February 8 in Spokane, Washington.

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