The lineup that created the Breeders' iconic 1993 abum Last Splash — Kim Deal, Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson — will be celebrating the album's 20th anniversary in Brooklyn, New York, on March 29 by playing the album in full, front to back.
The show at the Bell House will mark the lineup's first concert together in close to 20 years.
The band had only announced shows overseas, starting with a May 24 date at Barcelona's Primavera fest and wrapping on June 21 at the U.K.'s All Tomorrow's Parties curated by Deerhunter's Bradford Cox, but the addition of the Brooklyn date is sure to please Breeders diehards in the United States.
The event goes on sale on Jan. 30.
The Breeders' show at Brooklyn's Bell House is the first show on a Last Splash anniversary tour, so more U.S. dates may be on the way.
4AD will release LSXX, a deluxe anniversary edition of Last Splash in April 2013. Released Aug. 30, 1993 on 4AD, reviewers described the Platinum-selling Last Splash as one of the best in the past 25 years. At its center is the infectiously appealing, "Cannonball, which was voted Single of the Year by the NME.
After more than two years of touring, they played their last show on September 5, 1994, at Lollapalooza in Los Angeles. Now the ground is back and ready to make another big splash.