Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore to release new double seven-inch vinyl and book set

'In Silver Rain With A Paper Key' is due out on December 1

Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore to release new double seven-inch vinyl and book set
Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore has announced details of an upcoming combined vinyl and book release.

Called In Silver Rain With A Paper Key, the hardcover book contains two seven-inch vinyl records and a collection of art, photographs, lyrics and poetry from Moore's personal notebooks and visual archives.

The vinyl records feature new songs in the form of 'You've Lost Your Lover', 'Circulation' and 'Blood', which were recorded in Massachusetts on a 12-string acoustic guitar, reports TwentyFourBit.com.

The set will be released through the frontman's own publishing company Ecstatic Peace Library on December 1.

For more information, visit EcstaticPeaceLibrary.com.

Sonic Youth will play shows in Manchester and London on December 30 and 31.

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