My Bloody Valentine 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 ‘Loveless‘ in 1991.
As previously reported, frontman Kevin Shields 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 Primal Scream 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 Sofia Coppola‘s film, Lost In Translation, in 2003.
Tickets for the shows go on sale tomorrow, Friday November 16 at 9am.
MBV will play:
London, The Roundhouse (June 20)
Manchester, Apollo (28)
Glasgow, Barrowland (July 2)