Coinciding with the release of two new EPs from the band, the first of which is due out this summer.
Kevin Shields says the band’s forthcoming live comeback act as a sort of deadline for new material.
Featuring three new tracks plus an alternate version of “So Tonight That I Might See”.
Two songs previously only available on the Japanese version of their latest LP, V.
The project’s first release in six years comes as the Graveface Records founder is losing his hearing.
The opening track from the duo’s forthcoming seventh full-length, 7.
The surprise release was included as part of a new vinyl reissue of the band’s debut album.
Four new reverb-soaked tracks that gaze as much into the stars as they do their shoes.
A four-track follow-up to their comeback album, Weather Diaries.
As part of Sigur Rós’ Norður og Niður festival in Iceland.
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The British shoegaze outfit describe the song as a “space anthem about light, existence, travel and return.”