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Friday, December 19, 2014

Listen: Erase Errata's "My Life in Shadows"

Posted By on Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 4:54 PM

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We've barely had time to catch our breath after jumping for joy when Sleater-Kinney announced their S.F. show (now two dates, May 2 and May 3) at the Masonic. Now, another of our favorite badass lady trios has announced its first full-length in eight years.

Legendary, experimental S.F. punks Erase Errata, who've been on hiatus for four years (the last thing they released was the 2010 single "Damaged"), have dropped "My Life in Shadows," a surf-y nugget of a good time, as the first single off a new record: Lost Weekend, due out Jan. 20 on Revolver. The name's at least in part a reference, we're guessing, to the video store on Valencia — owned by former Jawbreaker/current California drummer Adam Pfahler — where Erase Errata used to play

No show announcements yet, but you'll find the track listing for Lost Weekend below. (We're particularly excited to hear that very San Franciscan-sounding final track.)

Lost Weekend
1 History of Handclaps
2 In Death, I Suffer
3 My Life in Shadows
4 Scattered Means
5 Watch You’re Language
6 Galveston (Dark Tides)
7 Don’t Sit/Lie


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Emma Silvers is SF Weekly's former Music Editor.

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