Last year marked the 30th anniversary of the release of The Breeders' legendary hit album "Last Splash". The fact that the alternative rock band went platinum for this is remarkable, but even more significant is their contribution to rock history. A song like "Cannonball" is undoubtedly one of those iconic rock anthems that any music lover can instantly recognize from its distinctive bass line and the guitar riff that follows.
On "Last Splash," The Breeders demonstrate their versatility and power, effortlessly transitioning from dreamy, melancholic melodies like "Do You Love Me Now" to the grungy energy of "SOS" and even the almost eerie atmosphere of "Mad Lucas." change. The album is an impressive testament to their creative strength and served as a guide for an emerging scene.
To celebrate the album's anniversary, The Breeders are going on tour, which will also take them to Berlin in July. They have the great British punk band Big Joanie as their opening act.