New Song: Sixpence None the Richer, ‘Radio’

Sixpence None the Richer

Sixpence None the Richer is back and 'Radio'-bound.

We didn't realize it until right now, but we've been waiting for this new Sixpence None the Richer song since FOREVER. It's real! Take a deep breath! It's been 10 ridiculously long years since the band's last album and longer since "Kiss Me" won our hearts and soundtracked "Dawson's Creek" (in that order). But Sixpence jams are timeless, guys. On "Radio," the group's brand of guitar-pop and yearning melodies still sparkles like Katie Holmes' smile.

Listen to Sixpence None The Richer's "Radio" after the jump.

The track's a wise love song about memories of hitting the road and turning up the volume, but those youthful days have faded: "And now the radio plays that song/ I don't know if I can sing along," Leigh Nash croons. Nope, you're killing it, lady. The group's new album is also Nash and Matt Slocum's first full-length since the duo temporarily split in 2004, though they say they've patched things up: "We had a transition to go through. And now we have," Slocum says. Make it work, Sixpence! We and Katie (probably) are counting on you.

The band's Lost in Transition finds its way to release Aug. 7, just in time to help you out with your summer romance. Not that you don't have that totally nailed.

+ Listen to Sixpence None the Richer's "Radio."

Photo credit: Laura Dart

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