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Starting from a place of normalcy or mainstream, you don't get the same gumption or drive that you do from the fringes.
The two bands contributed to the Free to Fight compilation.Brownstein was outed as bisexual to her family and the world by Spin when she was 21 years old.The article discussed the fact that she had dated bandmate Corin Tucker in the beginning of Sleater-Kinney (the song "One More Hour" is about their breakup).After the article was out, she said: "I hadn't seen the article, and I got a phone call. my dad did not know that Corin and I had ever dated, or that I even dated girls." In 2006, The New York Times described Brownstein as "openly gay".My dad called me and was like, 'The Spin article's out. In a November 2010 interview for Willamette Week, she laid to rest questions about her sexual identity, stating that she definitely identifies as bisexual.She first came to prominence as a member of the band Excuse 17 before forming the punk-indie trio Sleater-Kinney.
During a long hiatus from Sleater-Kinney, she formed the group Wild Flag.
On October 20, 2014, Brownstein announced on Twitter that Sleater-Kinney would be releasing a new album, No Cities to Love, on January 20, 2015, and would tour in early 2015.
At the same time the announcement was made, they released the video for the first single from the album.
She later said: "He lived in the neighborhood next to mine, so I would just walk my guitar over to his house.
He showed me a couple of open chords and I just took it from there.
The single, "Bury Our Friends", was also made available as a free MP3 download. In summer 2009, Brownstein and Weiss worked together on songs (produced by Tucker Martine) for the soundtrack of the documentary film ! In September 2010, Brownstein revealed her latest project was the band Wild Flag, with Janet Weiss, Mary Timony, and Rebecca Cole, formerly of The Minders; according to Brownstein, about a year earlier "I started to need music again, and so I called on my friends and we joined as a band.