The reunion is on - for three nights only!
[b]My Bloody Valentine[/b] have announced that they are to play their long awaited comeback shows next Summer!
The band who split up in 1995, are to play reunion three shows – in London, Manchester and Glasgow.
The legendary indie band have not played live since 1992, after the release of their last album ‘[b]Loveless[/b]’ in 1991.
As previously reported, frontman [b]Kevin Shields[/b] is also working on a new album, with the band revisiting material they recorded in the mid-90s. See the report here.
Shields has worked on and off with [b]Primal Scream[/b] since 1996, but has barely released any of his own music since the Valentine’s split. His most significant post-MBV output to date was four tracks on the soundtrack to [b]Sofia Coppola[/b]’s film, Lost In Translation, in 2003.
Tickets for the shows go on sale tomorrow, Friday November 16 at 9am.
MBV will play:
[b]London, The Roundhouse (June 20)
Manchester, Apollo (28)
Glasgow, Barrowland (July 2)[/b]