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Hard work starts to pay dividends for The Pierces

Catherine and Allison Pierce, known collectively as the New York-based folk band The Pierces, had called it quits a few years back, frustrated with the lack of attention their music was getting in the U.S. It wasn't long before that the break they had been wishing for arrived. // Tour dates at SoundSpike Catherine and Allison Pierce, known collectively as the New York-based folk band The Pierces, had called it quits a few years back, frustrated with the lack of attention their music was getting in the U.S. It wasn't long before that the break they had been wishing for arrived.

Q&A: Allison Pierce of The Pierces

The Pierces have finished their follow-up to 2008's "Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge," which will be released in the U.K. in March. In the States, to whet fans' appetites, they have digitally released a four-song EP, "Love You More," that features two songs not on the album, "You and I," which is expected in the U.S. in the summer. // Tour dates at SoundSpike The Pierces have finished their follow-up to 2008's "Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge," which will be released in the U.K. in March. In the States, to whet fans' appetites, they have digitally released a four-song EP, "Love You More," that features two songs not on the album, "You and I," which is expected in the U.S. in the summer.

SoundSpike Song of the Day: "To the Grave" by The Pierces

SoundSpike's Song of the Day for Thursday (1/20) is "To the Grave," off The Pierces' four-track digital EP, "Love You More" (Polydor), the teaser for their fourth album, the upcoming "You and I," expected out in the U.S. this summer. SoundSpike's Song of the Day for Thursday (1/20) is "To the Grave," off The Pierces' four-track digital EP, "Love You More" (Polydor), the teaser for their fourth album, the upcoming "You and I," expected out in the U.S. this summer.