Published Sep 10, 2015Idaho indie rockers Built to Spill returned with a new record called Untethered Moon earlier this year, but they'll be delving into the archives for the band's next release. The group have announced plans for a vinyl reissue of There's Nothing Wrong with Love. It's due out on October 30 through Up Records/Sub Pop.
Originally released in 1994, the album marked the band's second full-length album and featured Doug Martsch, Brett Nelson and Andy Kapps in the lineup. Like much of the band's work, it was produced by Phil Ek.
The forthcoming release will be the first time the record has been made available on vinyl since its original run and will arrive on black wax, in addition to a limited-edition cream-coloured version.
Scroll past the record's tracklisting and hit play to relive There's Nothing Wrong with Love, courtesy of Up Records' video playlist of the album.
There's Nothing Wrong with Love:
1. In the Morning
3. Big Dipper
7. The Source
8. Twin Falls
10. Distopian Dream Girl
11. Israel's Song