My Bloody Valentine's final album as you've never heard it before
Kevin Shields has personally remastered two of My Bloody Valentine‘s hugely acclaimed albums Isn’t Anything and Loveless.
Both albums, enhanced with new mixing by Shields will be released through SonyBMG on June 16, just prior to MBV’s first live shows in 16 years which begin on June 20 at London’s Roundhouse.
A second version of Loveless will also be included with the albums, this one mastered from the original analogue tapes.
Sleeve notes for the Loveless release have been been written by Shields, explaining what he has done to the seminal albums in the re-mastering process.
Both albums will be available as a CD digipack and heavyweight 180gsm vinyl.
There is no further news as to progress on any new My Bloody Valentine material.
As well as performing live at European festivals including Benicassim and Roskilde, MBV will play the following UK dates:
London, The Roundhouse (June 20/21/22/23)
Manchester, Apollo (28/29)
Glasgow, Barrowland (July 2/3)
Meanwhile Kevin Shields and Patti Smith‘s new collaboration The Coral Sea is being released on July 8 through PASK records, click here to read Uncut’s first preview of the record.