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My Bloody Valentine adds ‘m b v’ & rarities compilation to streaming services; announces physical reissues

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My Bloody Valentine‘s m b v is now available to stream in all of its shoegazing glory.

As part of a new record deal with the label Domino, the seminal alternative band’s 2013 comeback album has finally been released to streaming platforms. Additionally, their EP’s 1988-1991 compilation, which includes a variety of rare tracks, is also now available to stream.

My Bloody Valentine has also announced physical remastered reissues of m b v and EP’s, plus the band’s first two albums, 1988’s Isn’t Anything and 1991’s Loveless. Those are due out May 21. 

And if you’re craving new music, frontman Kevin Shields tells The New York Times that there are not one, but two new My Bloody Valentine albums in the works.

“Our original plan was we would record both the albums back-to-back and then go tour on that,” Shields says. “And that would have been this year, you know, but everything really did slow down.”

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