“Seether” / “The Museum of Broken Relationships” via Noisey Acoustics

This year saw the triumphant return of Veruca Salt when they dropped their first album since Louise Post and Nina Gordon reunited in 2014. ‘Ghost Notes’ is a brilliant reminder of what made the quartet so damn brilliant in the 90s: these ladies know how to marry scuzzy guitars, killer riffs, and memorable harmonies that’ll make your scalp tighten with pleasure. They really can wail on their guitars. But on this episode of Noisey Acoustics we made them unplug and head to the very top of the Standard Hotel in the East Village to perform their career-making classic “Seether,” along with new tune “The Museum of Broken Relationships”—which was inspired by an actual museum full of donated ephemera from the remains of many, many affairs.

7 thoughts on ““Seether” / “The Museum of Broken Relationships” via Noisey Acoustics

  1. Thank you. Seriously, thank you. You girls (and guys) have made this old punker so happy. I can’t wait to see you play the next time you’re in Los Angeles (missed you last time). Peace be to all of you.

  2. I’ve been living under a rock and just now found out y’all are back together. I am so excited for this that there are no words, buying the new album right now! <3 Thank you and much love!

  3. I just found out today that The original line up was back together. Found the new album on spotify and was like “what the…!?!” I am so freaking happy!! Hope VS tour Australia again soon, can’t belive I missed the last one. Loved the acoustic video, love the new album. Love Veruca Salt!!

  4. Thank you guys so much for getting back together. I’ve been a fan for 20 plus years and love the Museum Of Broken Relationships video. I saw the Veruca Starship lineup in 99 in Detroit and I’m hoping to see the real lineup now!

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