The Streets have announced that they will re-release their first two albums on vinyl.
The Mike Skinner-led group recently announced a UK tour and released new music.
Now it has been confirmed that 2002’s ‘Original Pirate Material’ and 2004’s ‘A Grand Don’t Come for Free’ will be repressed as a double-LP package on March 30, coming via Rhino Records.
The albums had previously been out-of-print on vinyl.
The Streets last released a full-length album in February 2011 with their fifth LP ‘Computers and Blues’.
NME‘s Leonie Cooper recently wrote of The Streets’ new tracks: “Letting grime permeate [Skinner’s] sound more than ever before, he somberly and slowly delivers his moody message over a minimal beat that wouldn’t seem out of place in the hands of Skepta.”
Mike Skinner will take The Streets on a sold-out UK and European tour later this year – check out the full touring schedule below.
11 Berlin Heimathafen – SOLD OUT
12 Amsterdam Melkweg – SOLD OUT
13 Paris Le Cabaret Sauvage – SOLD OUT
16 Dublin The Olympia Theatre – SOLD OUT
17 Dublin The Olympia Theatre – SOLD OUT
19 Birmingham O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
20 Glasgow O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
21 Manchester O2 Apollo – SOLD OUT
23 Leeds O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
25 London O2 Academy Brixton – SOLD OUT
26 London O2 Academy Brixton – SOLD OUT
27 London O2 Academy Brixton – SOLD OUT