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My Bloody Valentine albums go digital

Irish-British alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine released its two full-length albums, “Isn’t Anything” and “Loveless,” digitally Tuesday (August 26). The sets previously had been only partially available online.

The newly reunited MBV, which formed in Dublin in 1984, is dusting off the “Tremolo” EP, which is making its debut in the digital format, as well as four vintage short-form videos for the songs “Only Shallow,” “Soon,” “Swallow” and “To Here Knows When.”

In June, “Isn’t Anything” and “Loveless” were remastered and reissued on CD in the United Kingdom.

After an international summer tour, its first live appearances in 14 years, MBV will touch down in the United States September 19 for the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival in Monticello, New York, which it curated.

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