My Bloody Valentine have debuted a new, untitled track in the US.
The band are currently touring the States before they play a few festivals including Japan’s Sonic Mania festival and Denmark’s Roskilde festival.
They recently debuted a new song at this year’s Meltdown Festival last month and now at a recent gig at the Fox Theatre in Oakland, California the band premiered another one, which you can watch below.
Earlier this year, MBV announced plans to release two new EPs. It’s not been confirmed whether either of the as-yet-untitled tracks performed will appear on the EPs.
Kevin Shields said one of the EPs would be released this summer, with a second one to follow in spring 2019. The first one is still yet to surface.
The frontman also recently said he wants to make a double-album version of ‘Loveless’ available.
Shields previously said the group had started recording analogue in the summer of 2017.
“We only really got backing track stuff done, drums and stuff,” he added. “And then I’ve only really got into it, now, essentially because I’m not making an album in the way I would normally make an album, which is a self-contained thing.
“It’s more like I’m making an EP, but I don’t want to be constrained to four songs or a certain length or anything,” he continued. “It’s really an EP, but it’s a sprawling EP. I’m going to do a couple of them before I do an album.”