The Hold Steady

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Watch The Hold Steady Play “Denver Haircut” On Seth Meyers

September 11, 2019

In one sense, the Hold Steady returned this year with their first album in five years, Thrashing Thru The Passion. In another sense, they never really went away. In the interim, frontman Craig Finn released three solo albums, and since 2017 the Hold Steady have been semi-regularly cranking out standalone singles ahead of weekend-long concert […]

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The Hold Steady – “Denver Haircut”

June 19, 2019

Five years ago, the Hold Steady released Teeth Dreams, their last album. That was the last time they functioned like a regular band. Since then, the great word-spewing Brooklyn rockers have switched things up. Where they once toured relentlessly, they now settle into a single city for a quick residency, playing a bunch … More […]

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Watch Craig Finn Play “Something To Hope For” On Seth Meyers

April 30, 2019

Late-night hosts like everything. They have to. It’s a professional obligation. They tell jokes, and then they make enthusiastic sounds about whatever new cultural products their guests are pushing. That’s the job. But every once in a while, you can get some insight into the things that late-night hosts actually like. Case in point: Seth […]

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Stream Craig Finn’s New Album I Need A New War

April 18, 2019

Right now, something interesting is happening with the Hold Steady, one of this century’s greatest rock bands. Plenty of great rock bands go through burnout, and sometimes that burnout leads those bands to break up. The Hold Steady haven’t broken up, even if they haven’t released an album since 2014’s Teeth Dreams, and … More […]

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The Hold Steady – “The Last Time That She Talked To Me”

March 4, 2019

Joyously wordy bar-rock scavengers the Hold Steady haven’t released a proper album since 2014’s Teeth Dreams. They’ve been doing the thing where they celebrate album anniversaries by playing those albums in full. Frontman Craig Finn has been cranking out solo albums, and he recently announced another one, I Need A New … More »

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