Irish shoegaze noise legends My Bloody Valentine will have all their releases collected and remastered.
The hugely influential band, who mixed mournful pop hooks with ever-fuzzier and noisier walls of guitars, only released two albums in their career but have achieved icon status in indie circles.
Now Sony have announced that they’ll rerelease the band’s minimal recorded output, and remastered their classic.
Of course, we’ll get 1988’s Isn’t Anything album, as well as the landmark Loveless album of 1991 all cleaned up (hopefully not too much). Loveless will be reissued as a double album, the second disc featuring the album remastered from the original half-inch analogue tapes by frontman Kevin Shields.
They’ll also put together the EPs produced between those albums (‘Feed Me With Your Kiss’, ‘You Made Me Realise’, ‘Glider’ and ‘Tremolo’) as a 22-track double album.
The new versions will be released on May 7.