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Pixies back in October for show at the Burt

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The Pixies will return to Winnipeg on Oct. 9 for a concert at the Burton Cummings Theatre.

The Boston alt-rock legends are fresh off the April 29 release of Indie Cindy, their first studio album release in 22 years. The Burt date is part of an 11-city autumn tour that also has them performing at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

The Pixies -- Black Francis, Joey Santiago, David Lovering and Kim Deal -- secretly went into a Welsh studio in 2012, but after six days, Deal left the band. The other three kept at it and finished Indie Cindy and have been joined by bassist Paz Lenchantin for the 2014 concert schedule.

British garage rockers Royal Blood open the show.

Tickets go on sale at Ticketmaster on Friday at 10 a.m. Prices range from $32.50 to $69.50, plus service charges.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 6, 2014 C2

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