Broken Social Scene Treat Their 'Feel Good Lost' Debut to 15th Anniversary Reissue

Broken Social Scene Treat Their 'Feel Good Lost' Debut to 15th Anniversary Reissue
While we continue to wait on details for Broken Social Scene's promised new album, the Toronto collective have revealed plans to look back to their very beginnings. Marking its 15th anniversary, the group's 2001 debut, Feel Good Lost, will be reissued on November 11 via Arts & Crafts.

Arriving both digitally and on vinyl, the Feel Good Lost reissue has been remastered by Noah Mintz at Lacquer Channel. And while it includes no bonus material, this will mark its first vinyl pressing since 2003.

A press release describes the album like this: Written and recorded by founding members Brendan Canning and Kevin Drew and featuring many future members and collaborators, Feel Good Lost is a late-night exploration of post-rock and ambient.

In a statement, Canning himself also had this to say: "A lot of this record was made during the hours of midnight and seven AM which really informs the quietness of Feel Good Lost. All the sounds went down to 1/4" tape on a Tascam Reel-to-Reel 8-track in the basement of Kevin and Jo-Ann's house."

You can pre-order the reissue here and check out its tracklist below.

Feel Good Lost:

1. I Slept With Bonhomme at the CBC
2. Guilty Cubicles
3. Love and Mathematics
4. Passport Radio
5. Alive In 85
6. Prison Province
7. Blues For Uncle Gibb
8. Stomach Song
9. Mossbraker
10. Feel Good Lost
11. Last Place
12. Cranley's Gonna Make It