Face It will “weave through” the vocalist’s life story — including her band’s creative and commercial journey, her relationship with guitarist Chris Stein and his battle with the disease pemphigus. “It’s such a long period of time, and there’s so much to tell, that I couldn’t really isolate a lot of little stories and events,” she said. “It’s an overview of the way we got through and maintained and continued and carried on through all that time from my sort of warped little perspective.”
In the same interview, Harry noted that Blondie were at that point preparing to record a follow-up to their 11th and most recent LP, 2017’s Pollinator — working again with producer John Congleton. This summer, the band will team with Elvis Costello & the Imposters for a joint U.S. tour that launches July 20th in Bethel, New York and wraps August 10th in Seattle, Washington.