Canadian electronic music superstar Peaches has announced her new album Rub, her first album of new material in six years will drop September 25.

PeachesRub could be her most adventurous, audacious musical statement yet, continuing on the bold, sexually progressive path she forged 15 years ago that’s opened the door for countless others to follow.

It was recorded over the course of 2014 in Peaches LA garage studio collaborating with her longtime friend Vice Cooler.

Peaches will once again direct videos for each song on the album, and you can watch the self-directed video for ‘Light In Places’ which was written for and stars UK performance artist/aerialist Empress Stah, and her pioneering laser butt plug show, here:

The past six years have been some of the busiest and most productive years in Peaches’ artistic career.

From her one-woman production of Jesus Christ Superstar, (renamed Peaches Christ Superstar), to Peaches Does Herself, an electro-rock opera which morphed into a film of the same name to singing the title role in a production of Monteverdi’s epic 17th-century opera ‘L’Orfeo’ in Berlin and collaborating with Yoko Ono, Major Lazer, Le Tigre, REM and more.

Peaches’ entire career is documented in the new book What Else Is In The Teaches Of Peaches, published July 16 via Akashic/Turnaround, a collection of Holger Talinski’s photos from at home and on the road, on-stage and behind-the-scenes.