Seefeel Treated to Extensive Reissue Campaign by Warp

'Succour' and '(Ch-Vox)' will arrive as expanded editions alongside various EP output and previously unheard material

BY Brock ThiessenPublished Apr 6, 2021

Seefeel are being treated to a reissue campaign that will shine a new light on their beloved mid-'90s work. Come May 14, Warp Records will unload a series of deluxe and expanded reissues celebrating the electronic-minded shoegaze heroes.

The reissue series includes Seefeel's 1995 album Succour and the following year's (Ch-Vox). In addition, Warp will release an EP collection called St / Fr / Sp and a Seefeel anthology called Rupt & Flex.

The re-releases come with a variety of bonus material, which has been mastered from original DAT transfers by Stefan Betke (a.k.a. Pole). Each release also comes with new artwork by the Designers Republic, along with liner notes by Seefeel members Mark Clifford and Sarah Peacock.

With all the bonus material thrown in, Succor will balloon into a 3-LP set, while (Ch-Vox) and St / Fr / Sp will be presented as double-vinyl editions. The Rupt & Flex anthology will gather up material spanning from 1994 to 1996 and arrive as a 4-CD package.

St / Fr / Sp compiles two non-album EPs, Starethrough and Fracture/Tied, that Seefeel recorded for Warp back in 1994. It also includes a Autechre remix of the band's "Spangle" and the unreleased Transition Mix of "Starethrough."

Down below, you can hear Autechre's "Spangle" remix now.

Rupt & Flex, meanwhile, includes Succor and (Ch-Vox), as well as Starethrough and Fracture/Tied. In addition, the set includes 22 bonus tracks from the band's archives, many of which are previously unreleased.

You'll find a detailed breakdown of all the reissues over here, while a brief trailer can be found below as well.

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