In this Sept. 20, 2013 file photo, rock band The Pixies, from left, Joey Santiago, Black Francis and David Lovering, pose for a portrait in promotion of their new EP and upcoming tour dates, in New York. (Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision/AP)
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The Pixies say the best is yet to comeThey inspired generations of musicians worldwide, served as the blueprint for countless rock bands, including Nirvana, and got a second life as reunited alternative rock idols. Now, the Pixies say they're forging ahead while still looking for a new sound.Since then the band had released only one song, "Bam Thwok," in 2004 .The Pixies hired Argentine bassist Paz Lechantin in December after Kim Shattuck was fired after less than five months on the job. She had replaced beloved long-time bassist Kim Deal who quit the Pixies in June after more than 25 years with the band.
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