My Bloody Valentine Sign to Domino, Unveil New Reissues

They've also added their catalogue to streaming services
My Bloody Valentine Sign to Domino, Unveil New Reissues
Just the other day, shoegaze masters My Bloody Valentine were teasing something online. Now, we know exactly what it was — they've signed with Domino and added their catalogue to streaming services, as well as revealed plans for new physical reissues.

The group's 1988 album Isn't Anything, its revered 1991 follow-up Loveless, their 2013 comeback album m b v and the compilation album ep's 1988-1991 and rare tracks are all available to stream now on Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube

Further, Domino is planning to release new physical editions of all four albums on May 21. Isn't Anything and Loveless were mastered in fully analog form for deluxe LP versions and hi-res uncompressed digital sources for standard LPs. The reissues will also mark the first time that "fully analog cuts" of m b v have been available on deluxe and standard LPs globally.

According to the New York Times, My Bloody Valentine are also currently working on two new albums for the label.

Loveless will celebrate its 30th anniversary this November. Last year, My Bloody Valentine were celebrated with a Supreme clothing collection.

Pre-order the new My Bloody Valentine reissues.