For any of the unfortunate souls who haven’t had the chance to see a Sleater-Kinney show since the band’s 2015 return, and who might have doubts about just good their live show still is, their forthcoming Live in Paris album should put you to ease.
The record, the Sleater-Kinney’s first live release, was announced earlier this month, along with the performance of No Cities to Love cut “Surface Envy.” Today, the band has unveiled another live cut in the form of a ferocious take on “What’s Mine Is Yours,” off of 2005’s The Woods, which was recently named Paste’s third-best punk album of the 2000s. If Corin Tucker’s powerhouse vocals don’t have you sold right off the bat, then the band’s undeniable chemistry should do the trick. Like the rest of the album, “What’s Mine Is Yours (Live)” was recorded at a show at La Cigale in Paris on March 20, 2015.
Live in Paris is out Jan. 27 via Sub Pop. Listen to “What’s Mine Is Yours (Live)” below and head here to pre-order the album.