Legendary noise merchants My Bloody Valentine took to social media today to tease… well, something… that will be happening on March 31.
Could it be a new record from Kevin Shields and Co., a relatively quick follow-up to 2013’s 22-years-in-the-making third album mbv? Online scuttlebutt seems to lean more toward a new record deal and a return of the band’s full catalog to streaming services worldwide.
The group’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts today shared a short morphing image set to “Only Tomorrow” off mbv plus the date 3/31 and the link mybloodyvalentine.org.
Guess we’ll find out Wednesday. Either way, it’s an excuse to resurrect MBV Watch.
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