The Lemonheads’ sixth album Come On Feel the Lemonheads is getting an expanded reissue and now you can hear two more tracks off it.
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The Lemonheads’ sixth studio album Come On Feel the Lemonheads will receive an expanded 30th anniversary reissue this spring.
Fire Records will mark the 30th anniversary of The Lemonheads’ major-label debut Lovey with an expanded reissue of the 1990 album on CD and vinyl, with the original record supplemented by a live session recorded for Australia’s Triple J radio in 1991. Full details and tracklist right here.
The lineup for this summer’s Glastonbury festival was announced today, and it’s an utter monstrosity, with headliners The Rolling Stones, Arctic Monkeys and Mumford & Sons joined by a seemingly endless list of bands, including Primal Scream, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Elvis Costello, Billy Bragg and more.
Fans of The Lemonheads hoping to see a reunion of Evan Dando and the band’s former bassist Juliana Hatfield during the group’s current tour opening for The Psychedelic Furs are in for disappointment: Hatfield is not on the tour after all. When asked at a recent show, Dando simply said, “She’s in Boston.”
Following news this week that The Lemonheads are working on a Ryan Adam-produced reunion album, Fire Records today announced that it will reissue the band’s first three albums — 1987’s ‘Hate Your Friends,’ 1988’s ‘Creator’ and 1989’s ‘Lick,’ all of which featured Evan Dando and original co-songwriter Ben Deily — in 2013.
Alt-country rocker Ryan Adams took to Twitter tonight to announce he’s producing — and playing drums on — a new album by The Lemonheads, with not only Juliana Hatfield returning to play bass, but with Evan Dando being joined by the band’s co-founder and original co-songwriter, Ben Deily of Varsity Drag, who left in 1989.
The Psychedelic Furs this morning detailed plans for an extensive fall tour of the United States that will keep the band on the road from late September through early November, including, as we reported earlier this month, a run of 12 concerts with The Lemonheads featuring former member Juliana Hatfield back on bass.
The Psychedelic Furs are rolling out concert dates across the West, Southwest and East Coast as part of a new U.S. tour planned for this fall, and they’ll be joined for at least some of the shows in October by Evan Dando and The Lemonheads — with former member Juliana Hatfield back on bass.
This week’s new releases include the debut EP from VCMG, the new techno project from Vince Clarke and Martin L. Gore, plus the ‘Hotel Sessions’ from The Lemoneheads, and the debut EP from David Newton of The Mighty Lemon Drops and his new band, Thee Mighty Angels.
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