Sleater-Kinney have confirmed their comeback, with a new album due out in early 2015.
Sleater-Kinney confirm comeback album and tour
Watch video for band's new single, their first after 8-year hiatus
The group will release No Cities To Love via Sub Pop on January 20. It will be their eighth album and first since 2005's The Woods.
Singer/guitarist Carrie Brownstein says: "We sound possessed on these songs."
The riot grrrl pioneers went on hiatus in 2006. Rumours of their reunion started to grow this week when a mysterious 7in single was included in the band's career-spanning Start Together box set.
A video for that single, Bury Our Friends, has also been released. Preorder the album via Sub Pop's store.
A world tour, including three UK dates and a show in Ireland, has been confirmed for next year.
Sleater-Kinney UK and Ireland dates 2015
Mar 23: London Roundhouse
Mar 24: Manchester Albert Hall
Mar 25: Glasgow O2 ABC
Mar 26: Dublin Vicar Street