A new album from seminal noise rock group My Bloody Valentine could arrive next year.
The band are famously slow workers, taking some 22 years to record, split up, dismiss, and then re-record their third album 'm b v'.
Released in 2013, leader Kevin Shields then intimated to fans that the group's fourth album was already under way.
The guitarist will play Sigur Ros' Icelandic festival Norður og Niður festival in Reykjavik this December, the his bio reveals a few interesting details.
The festival website states he is "currently finishing an all analog vinyl version of 'Loveless' and 'Isn't Anything' and is also working on material for a new My Bloody Valentine album to be released in 2018."
Norður og Niður festival runs between December 27th - 30th.
For tickets to the latest My Bloody Valentine shows click HERE.
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