In a new post on social media, Washington-native indie rock trio Sleater-Kinney announced that they have some new music on the way produced by Annie Clark—better known by her stage name, St. Vincent. The post, shared on both Sleater-Kinney and St. Vincent’s pages, is light on details, simply stating “Sleater-Kinney. Produced by St. Vincent. 2019.”

The new project would mark Sleater-Kinney’s first studio album since their 2015 comeback LP, No Cities to Love. The trio, comprised of Corin TuckerJanet Weiss, and Carrie Brownstein, reformed in 2014 following a nearly decade-long hiatus, during which Brownstein earned a new name for herself in the comedy world for her work on Portlandia with Fred Armisen.

As Pitchfork notes, early last year, St. Vincent shared a clip of herself warming up for a show with a rendition of Sleater-Kinney’s “Modern Girl”. The year prior, in 2017, St. Vincent collaborated with Brownstein on a series of Instagram short films.

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Pre-show Sleater-Kinney warm up. Such a great song! @carrie_rachel

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While Brownstein previously mentioned the forthcoming project in early 2018 in an interview with Billboard focused on Portlandia, she warned that it would not be coming any time soon. “Now, just so you know, we’re going to do this very slowly,” she said. “It’s an ongoing conversation.”

Now, it appears that conversation includes St. Vincent as a producer, and it’s expected to see the light of day this year.