Sixpence None the Richer News

2012-05-17 by AsoTamaki | 22 Comments
On August 7, Sixpence None the Richer will be releasing new music. Originally titled Strange Conversation and rumored for release since 2010, Lost in Transition is the band's first full-length recording of original material since 2002's Divine Discontent.

The Nashville-based band broke into the mainstream with "Kiss Me" and had a number of successful hits before core members Leigh Nash and Matt Slocum temporarily parted ways in 2004. Inspired by many events during the years away, the two have reunited to write a collection of songs that retains the Sixpence familiarity while exploring new lyrical themes.

Perez Hilton (yes, Perez Hilton) is exclusively streaming the first new song from Lost in Transition. "Radio" can be listened to here:
http://perezhilton.com/2012-05-15-sixpence-none-the-richer-radio-audio

More info on the band and upcoming album (tracklisting, cover artwork) can be viewed here:
http://www.sixpencehq.com/

Tagged: Sixpence None the Richer

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livingisland
May 17th 2012
527 Comments


Cool

Sanders
May 17th 2012
2378 Comments


I'm not sure songs about 8 years working in bars is enough to fill an album

bloc
May 17th 2012
35362 Comments


inb4 KISS MEEEE

omnipanzer
May 17th 2012
21714 Comments


I'm eternally in lust for Leigh Nash.

Xenophanes
Staff Reviewer
May 17th 2012
10749 Comments


Sputnik collectively blows its load

R6Rider
May 17th 2012
4883 Comments


you wear those shoes and I will wear that dress

undertakerpt
May 17th 2012
1419 Comments


Fuuuuuuaaaaaaaaaakkkkk

AsoTamaki
May 17th 2012
2525 Comments


gonna probably suck.
Nah, it's on par with the self-titled.

Recspecs
May 17th 2012
9867 Comments


OHHHH SHITTTTTT

klap
Staff Reviewer
May 17th 2012
10874 Comments


andcas once again proving he leads a sad and meaningless life itt

Digging: Mikal Cronin - MCIII

bloc
May 17th 2012
35362 Comments


Their Crowded House cover isn't bad either.

BlackLlama
May 18th 2012
1758 Comments


New Found Glory cover > SPNTR

Digging: Milk Teeth - Sad Sack

nash1311
May 18th 2012
1754 Comments


Song is alright. Was excited about the news though

Fieryfenderz
May 21st 2012
1527 Comments


KISSSS MEEEEEEE

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
January 16th 2014
14368 Comments


'New Found Glory cover > SPNTR'

hahaha i hope youre dead

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
January 16th 2014
14368 Comments


i see u postin dam guess not

BigHans
January 16th 2014
26515 Comments


Damn foxxy you have a hard on for this band

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
January 16th 2014
14368 Comments


they are truly something special =']

BigHans
January 16th 2014
26515 Comments


clearly

Apollo
January 16th 2014
10382 Comments


^ :O HANS!

BigHans
January 16th 2014
26515 Comments


Sup Peter. Damn you came on right when I have to sign off. Keep it m/

BlackLlama
January 16th 2014
1758 Comments


I'm a metal fucking zombie :D I died years ago....



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