The Jesus and Mary Chain marked the 30th anniversary of their noise-pop masterpiece Psychocandy with a series of gigs playing the album in full.

The Scottish band kicked off on home turf with a gig at the Barrowlands in Glasgow last November, which was their first show since 2008, and they’ve now decided to package up the performance into a multi-format box set.

Live At Barrowlands includes a 10″, LP and CD plus a 40-page hardback book and extra content like interviews and behind-the-scenes photos, as Pitchfork reports. The 10″ features various tracks (‘April Skies’, ‘Head On’ and ‘Reverence’) engineered by Noel Summerville, who’s worked with My Bloody Valentine and The White Stripes.

It’s due on July 31 via Demon – check out the setlist for the Barrowlands show below.

Earlier this year the band said they were finally ready to record their first new LP since 1998. “We’ve got the material, we’ve talked about doing an album for so long now,” Jim Reid said. “We got back together in 2007 and it was the plan then […] and then there was the usual slaps and scratches between my brother and myself. ‘I wanna do it here’ and ‘I don’t’ and then it was all ‘Fuck you’ and swinging at each other. The usual shit basically.”

jesus and mary chain barrowlands live deluxe edition


April Skies
Head On
Some Candy Talking
Psycho Candy
Up Too High
Upside Down
Just Like Honey
The Living End
Taste The Floor
The Hardest Walk
Cut Dead
In A Hole
Taste Of Cindy
Never Understand
Inside Me
Sowing Seeds
My Little Underground
You Trip Me Up
Something’s Wrong
It’s So Hard



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