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My Bloody Valentine Confirm Isn't Anything Surprise
Christian Eede , February 19th, 2018 17:54

My Bloody Valentine slipped some fans an extra with their recent all analog album reissues

My Bloody Valentine recently released a pair of all analog vinyl reissues of their albums Loveless and Isn't Anything, and they've now confirmed that they slipped a little something extra in with some fans' orders.

Taking to Twitter, they said that they have been giving away an alternative cut and pressing of Isn't Anything, but the LP has now sold out directly from the band. The pressing was only available to fans who ordered the record as part of its initial run.

The band are currently at work on the follow-up to their 2014 LP m b v, with Kevin Shields having said last year that he wants the album to be available in the traditional LP format running at 40 minutes with seven songs. "It could turn out to be only five tracks. I hope not, but I don't want it to be a double album and I don't want it to be really long," he said.

The band will also play select live shows this summer, their first shows in four years, including an appearance at Japan’s Sonicmania festival.

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