The Hold Steady are releasing their first new song of 2019. “The Last Time She Talked To Me” arrives at all DSPs and streaming services via Frenchkiss Records on Friday, March 8.

The song is now available exclusively at The Hold Steady’s Bandcamp page

Fans can download the single by donating to The K + L Guardian Foundation, a fund set up to benefit the children of Unified Scene founder “jersey” Mike Van Jura, who died in November 2012.

Recorded at Isokon Studios in Woodstock, NY, with producer Josh Kaufman and engineer D. James Goodwin, “The Last Time She Talked To Me” is the ninth in an amazing series of THS single releases over the past 15 months, a string that includes “Confusion in the Marketplace” b/w “T-Shirt Tux,” “The Stove & The Toaster” b/w “Star 18,” “Eureka” b/w “Esther,” and “Entitlement Crew” b/w “A Snake In The Shower.” Additional performers include Stuart Bogie and Dave Nelson on horns and Annie Nero on backup vocals.

The Hold Steady are visiting London this week for “THE WEEKENDER,” a sold-out three-day concert event that will see the NYC-based band taking the stage at London’s Electric Ballroom on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9, followed by a limited capacity third show at Oslo, in Hackney, London on Sunday, March 10. In addition, an exclusive screening of The Hold Steady’s acclaimed 2009 documentary, A Positive Rage, will be held the afternoon of Sunday, March 10 at the Picturehouse cinema in Hackney.

The Hold Steady will then return to North America for a number of spring dates, beginning Thursday, May 16 at Jersey City, NJ’s intimate White Eagle Hall

That same weekend will also see the band joining Frank Turner at his sold-out LOST EVENINGS III festival, set for Boston, MA’s House of Blues on Friday, May 17. The weekend wraps up in Hamden, CT with a sold-out show at Space Ballroom on Saturday, May 18.  

 

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