My Bloody Valentine’s Kevin Shields has launched a new record label – but has streneously denied it will be used to release new material by the band.
He explained that the London-based band were initially planning to put out the EP ‘Theodaurus Rex’ – with another label, however after Shields intervention but it will now be the first release for Pickpocket ”â slated for November 14.
Shields revealed to The NME:
“I was like ‘I’ll just get rid of a few pedals that I’ve had lying around for ten years and we’ll start a label”
Although there are no plans to put out new material by My Bloody Valentine on the label, Shields confirmed he has been working on a new “guitar track”.
“It’s ten minutes of noise. We thought we could put it out as a 10-inch,” Marionneau said.
My Bloody Valentine haven’t released a studio album since 1991’s ‘Loveless’.