Remember those My Bloody Valentine re-issues? Well they’re finally due.
Sony have been talking about remastered versions of the legendary shoegazers’ output for several years, but it appears the wait is finally over. The Quietus report that “painstakingly re-mastered” versions of MBV’s last two studio albums, Isn’t Anything and Loveless (the latter is pretty much the holy grail when it comes to early ’90s indie) will be released on May 7. In case you had to ask, given how long the project’s taken, the remastering has been done by MBV’s Kevin Shields himself.
Loveless is in for some particularly notable treatment, and will be re-issued as a two-disc release, also featuring a “previously unheard and unreleased remaster” of the record from the original master tapes, again by Shields.
Sony will also be releasing four of the group’s EPs, Feed Me With Your Kiss, You Made Me Realise, Glider and Tremolo, as one CD. You can stream the phenomenal title track from You Made Me Realise below.