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My Bloody Valentine Sign To Domino For Reissues
John Doran , March 31st, 2021 07:13

It ain't no April Fool – there's new MBV on the way too

My Bloody Valentine have signed to Domino and key records from their back catalogue are to be reissued, while their music has also been made available worldwide on streaming services from today (March 31).

The band's early albums Isn't Anything and Loveless have been mastered from tape for "deluxe" vinyl reissues, while an analog cut of 2013 LP m b v will also be released globally for the first time in deluxe and standard vinyl editions. The compilation EPs 1988-1991 And Rare Tracks, containing material from the never bettered You Made Me Realise, Feed Me With Your Kiss, Glider and Tremolo, is getting the CD reissue treatment too.

As of today, the band's back catalogue can be accessed worldwide on streaming services, and can be found here on Spotify, as well as on Apple Music and YouTube. There's also a new round of band merchandise available via their website.

In addition to news of the reissues, a New York Times interview with My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields has revealed that the band are working on two new albums for Domino. He says the first of the two records will be "warm and melodic," while the second will be more experimental. The band hope to be able to get together in the studio in Ireland before the year is out, though Shields says they may explore working remotely if the COVID-19 pandemic does not permit those plans.

Domino will release Isn't Anything, Loveless, m b v and EPs 1988-1991 And Rare Tracks on May 21, 2021.