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News Round-Up – 3rd October, 2018

New Releases

Thom Yorke released a new song titled ‘Has Ended’, following the earlier release of ‘Suspirium’. Both songs come from a soundtrack album for upcoming horror re-make film Suspiria.

Sharon Van Etten announced that her new album titled Remind Me Tomorrow, a follow up to 2014’s Are We There, will be out on the 18th of January via Jagjaguwar. Van Etten recently shared a new song from the record, ‘Comeback Kid’.

Robyn released new song ‘Honey’ which promotes the artist’s upcoming album, also titled Honey. The album will be a follow up to Robyn’s previous record from 2010, Body Talkand is set to come out on the 26th of October.

The Chemical Brothers released a new song titled ‘Free Odyssey’ their first new single since 2016. Listen to the song below:

Netflix announced a new music history documentary ReMastered which will “investigate high-profile events affecting some of the most legendary names in music.” The show has been created by Emmy award winners, Jeff Zimbalist and Michael Zimbalist and starts on the 12th of October. Watch the trailer for ReMastered below:

New and Limited Edition Box Sets

A new 10xCD box-set spanning three decades of previously unreleased live performances by The Fall, titled Live: Set Of Ten is available to pre-order via Pledgemusic and is limited to 500 units only. 

Super Furry Animals announce limited-edition vinyl box set of various performances from BBC radio sessions. The box set will be available on the 23rd of November in different formats, including CD and digital.  

Blondie will be releasing a new vinyl box set on the 26th of October. The Complete Studio Recordings 1975-1982 is trailed by a re-issue of ‘Heart Of Glass’ featuring six different versions of the song.

Fleet Foxes announced new vinyl box set First Collection 2006-2009 out on the 9th of November, featuring their 2008 debut album, the Sun Giant EP and 2006 self-titled demo EP.

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