My Bloody Valentine has signed to Domino Records and made their back catalogue available on streaming services for the very first time.
The band is set to release brand new physical editions on May 21st through the label, re-releasing their extensive back catalogue. On top of the standard physical editions, 1988’s Isn’t Anything, and 1991 effort Loveless are being mastered fully from analogue for the first time; both of these records will be released as deluxe LPs. The vinyl will be mastered from new hi-res uncompressed digital sources for standard LPs.
The new deal marks the first time that each record has been made widely available for fans to stream on Spotify and Apple Music. Also available to stream is fully analogue versions of 2013’s m b v on deluxe and standard LPs. The new set of releases from My Bloody Valentine also features their compilation of EPs 1988-1991.
The news has been hinted at on social media this week by the band, who previously shared a cryptic teaser. Fans began to speculate among themselves at what could be arriving from My Bloody Valentine, and most arrived at the correct destination that their music would be coming to streaming services.
Last year the group announced a surprising collaboration with streetwear brand Supreme to launch a brand new clothing collection. The band licensed the album artwork from their now-iconic album covers for 1988 effort Feed Me With Your Kiss and 1990’s Glider EP.
Speaking about the project, Supreme said: “My Bloody Valentine has influenced generations of musicians and audiences. The band forged new possibilities in how to make noise music, as well as how to listen to and experience it.”