My Bloody Valentine have signed a new record deal and made their back catalogue available on digital platforms for the first time with new vinyl editions of their albums Isn't Anything and Loveless following in May.
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The hugely influential Dublin-London act of Bilinda Butcher, Kevin Shields, Deb Googe and Colm Ó Cíosóig, who are credited with pioneering the shoegaze scene in the late eighties, have signed to London label Domino and their full catalogue is available now on streaming sites, while physical album editions will be available on May 21st.
1988’s Isn’t Anything and 1991’s Loveless have been mastered fully from analog for deluxe LPs and also mastered from new hi-res uncompressed digital sources for standard LPs. Fully analog cuts of the band’s 2013 comeback album m b v will also be available on deluxe and standard LPs globally for the first time.
My Bloody Valentine will also release a selection of restored music videos on their YouTube channel throughout Wednesday.
Remastered videos for To Here Knows When, Swallow, and Only Shallow are set to premier later today, along with new-and-improved versions of You Made me Realise, and Feed Me With Your Kiss.