It’s been reported that band frontman Kevin Shields is currently working on material for a new My Bloody Valentine album
They made their fans wait 23 years for their third LP. Now, though, My Bloody Valentine might be about to gift them with a fourth, just half a decade after releasing 2013s’ critically acclaimed MBV.
The news came in a profile of band frontman Kevin Shields on Norður og Niður’s website, prior to his appearance at the festival. The profile states that Shields is currently: “working on material for a new My Bloody Valentine album to be released in 2018.”
If that wasn’t enough to keep MBV’s fans happy, Shields is also working on analog vinyl remasters of the band’s cult 1991 LP Loveless and their 1988 debut Isn’t Anything.