Lush Prince Billy

It’s Friday! We’ve got the latest from Bonnie Prince Billy and some sweet Lush reissues finally! You can dig into some of the details on these releases below.

If you haven’t already checked out our latest “Flippin’ Video” we posted earlier this week on Facebook you should! We put out some great used albums for you.

On to the new releases!

Bonnie Prince Billy – Keeping Secrets Will Destroy You
“Keeping Secrets Will Destroy You” presents simply – an album made as it was meant to be heard, in a room. The sound of people together – a sound we’d so recently feared that we’d lost – playing, communing, strings and wood and keys and voices singing.

Lush – Spooky (Indie Exclusive)
“Spooky” is Lush’s 1990 debut studio album. A key text for British indie music at the turn of a decade, it was produced by label mate Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins) and features the singles ‘Nothing Natural’, ‘For Love’, and ‘Superblast!’. “(Lush) set a template for the kind of wistful musings that shoegaze became known for.

Lush – Split (Indie Exclusive)
Featuring the singles ‘Desire Lines’ and ‘Hypocrite’, “Split” is the second full studio album from English rock band, Lush. Produced by Mike Hedges – famed for his work on The Cure’s “Seventeen Seconds” and Siouxsie & The Banshees’ “A Kiss in the Dreamhouse” – and mixed by Alan Moulder, “Split” sees the band hit a poppier sound whilst retaining their almost pitch-black feel.

Lush – Lovelife (Indie Exclusive)
Lush’s final studio album, “Lovelife”, landed whilst Britpop was in full swing (Jarvis Cocker even duets with Miki on the track ‘Ciao!’), managing to fit in whilst sticking to the rules they set themselves with prior albums. Produced by Pete Bartlett (Therapy?, Kitchens of Distinction), it features three of the band’s biggest singles, ‘Single Girl’, ‘Ladykillers’, and ‘500 (Shake Baby Shake)’.

See you soon!

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