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My Bloody Valentine debut new song at London gig

My Bloody Valentine debut new song at London gig

My Bloody Valentine debuted a new song at their London gig last night (January 27). Scroll down and hit 'play' to watch fan footage of the performance.

According to the band's setlist, the new tune is called "Rough Song". My Bloody Valentine opened the show at Brixton's Electric with the newbie, before playing 14 old favourites including "Only Shallow", "You Made Me Realise" and "Feed Me With Your Kiss".

My Bloody Valentine played:

'Rough Song'
'I Only Said'
'When You Sleep'
'You Never Should'
'Honey Power'
'Cigarette In Your Bed'
'Come In Alone'
'Only Shallow'
'Thorn'
'Nothing Much To Lose'
'To Here Knows When'
'Slow'
'Soon'
'Feed Me With Your Kiss'
'You Made Me Realise'

Speaking on stage during the performance, frontman Kevin Shields revealed that the band's long-awaited new album "might be out in two or three days". In December, they posted a message to their fans on Facebook informing them that a new album had finally been mastered, although no release date was given.

The message read:
On 21-12-12 we finished mastering the new album!

Speaking to NME at the beginning of November, frontman Kevin Shields claimed that the band's new album would be released on his website before the end of the year, although it has yet to see the light of day.

Meanwhile, My Bloody Valentine have added a fifth date to their UK tour this March. The band, who were due to kick off at Glasgow's Barrowlands on March 9 before playing Manchester Apollo on March 10 and two shows at London's Hammersmith Apollo on March 12 and 13, will now begin on March 8 at Birmingham's O2 Academy.

My Bloody Valentine will play:

Birmingham O2 Academy (March 8)
Glasgow Barrowlands (March 9)
Manchester Apollo (10)
London Hammersmith Apollo (12, 13)


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