My Bloody Valentine mastermind, Kevin Shields, has opened up about the remastering process of the bands iconic 1991 album, Loveless, in a new interview with Rolling Stone.
Shields says that it was an expensive exercise, taking two years and an awful lot of money. “Everything I have ever done has paid for itself,” Shields explained. “I’ve never made anything in my life that hasn’t made money in the end. I’m not really worried.”
He also took the chance to shed some light on the future of My Bloody Valentine in the lengthy interview, hinting that the band will tour and have a new record out in the new year. “It helps make the album; it helps realize it,” he says. “It’s like with the MBV album; it would have taken another year if we hadn’t booked the tour. It’s no harm. It just means I go through a few months of hell. You work twice as hard, and that’s OK.”
The full interview is up now on Rolling Stone, and the long awaited remastered vinyl pressing of Loveless will be released in the new year.
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