Playlist: Kim Deal's personal introduction to The Breeders Tue Sep 4th Unable to show videos. Please click here to accept cookies and enable embedding of videos. The Breeders Gaining worldwide recognition with their smashing, gummy hit single ‘Cannonball’, The Breeders were a leading figure in the 90s grunge scene. After a ten-year hiatus, they recently released their fifth full-length album 'All Nerve', which is once again filled with that distinctive and delicious The Breeders-magic. Starting of with three smashing tracks from their latest album, The Breeders' Kim Deal has put together a personal playlist of her favorite tracks from the band’s entire catalogue. Check it out below. "All Nerve is probably the most apt title for a Breeders record yet. It summons their zero-fucks-given composure but also doubles as a glimpse of the indelible tenderness evident in some of their best work. As a klaxon call of their return, 'Wait In The Car' undoubtedly leans towards the former fancy. A decade on from their last long player the band reappeared late last year with this absolute ripper. It ploughed through a glut of incidental white noise like a rocket while generating the distinct feeling of being slapped about the chops and told to quit your whining. In short, bloody marvellous." - Drowned in Sound The Breeders will perform at Le Guess Who 2018 together with a.o. Mudhoney, Lydia Lunch's Big Sexy Noise, Martin Bisi plays BC35, Escape-Ism, Joe Cardamone, Please The Trees, FACS, Kikagaku Moyo, and many more.