New Times is the album released by Violent Femmes in 1994. It was the Femmes' sixth studio album, and the first one not to feature original drummer Victor DeLorenzo on drums, who had been replaced by Guy Hoffman. "Breakin' Up," a song lead singer Gordon Gano had written years before, was the lead single. Its video received minor airplay on MTV and appears on the band's DVD, Permanent Record - Live & Otherwise. The album did not sell well, but featured many of the Femmes' most musically complex and lyrically inventive songs, including "4 Seasons," and concert staple "I'm Nothing." "I'm Nothing" appeared in the movie Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas.
Brian Ritchie: electric bass guitar, acoustic bass guitar, upright bass, electric guitar, acoustic piano, electric piano, organ, reed organ, electric sitar, nose flute, theremin, keyboards, electronics, baglama, vocals
Guy Hoffman: drums, snare drum, percussion, tranceaphone, puili sticks, vocals