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These Immortal Souls

Announce Long Awaited Remastered Reissues

THESE IMMORTAL SOULS ANNOUNCE LONG AWAITED REMASTERED REISSUES OF THEIR TWO STUDIO ALBUMS PLUS A BRAND NEW COLLECTION OF NEWLY DISCOVERED LIVE RECORDINGS & RARITIES 

GET LOST (DON’T LIE!), I’M NEVER GONNA DIE AGAIN & EXTRA – OUT 12 APRIL 2024 ON MUTE

LISTEN TO AN UNRELEASED COVER OF ALICE COOPER’S ‘LUNEY TUNE

A long-awaited remastered reissue of These Immortal Souls’ two studio albums, Get Lost (Don’t Lie!) (1987) and I’m Never Gonna Die Again (1992) has been announced. These two post-punk gems, remastered from the original tapes at Birdland Studio by Lindsay Gravina, with Harry Howard and Genevieve McGuckin, will be released alongside a brand new 10-track collection of newly unearthed live recordings and rarities, Extra. All three albums will be released on Mute on 12 April 2024: https://mute.ffm.to/theseimortalsouls-24  

Talking about the release, Harry Howard and Genevieve McGuckin said, “This took some detective work! We are excited not only for us but for Rowland S Howard and Epic Soundtracks. There are really nice new things here, different mixes and live recordings from L.A. and everything sounds stronger, lusher and more mysterious. We’re struck by what a strange band we were. There was no one like These Immortal Souls. Thank you Mute, for then and now (not forgetting the future).”

Listen to a previously unreleased cover of Alice Cooper’s Luney Tune:

These Immortal Souls – Rowland S. Howard (The Boys Next Door, The Birthday Party, Crime & the City Solution on guitar / vocals), Harry Howard (Crime & the City Solution – bass guitar), Epic Soundtracks (Swell Maps, Crime & the City Solution on drums) and Genevieve McGuckin (keyboards) – were formed in London in 1987. Rowland, Harry, Epic – who had all been in Crime & the City Solution – and Genevieve, a contributor and influence on The Birthday Party / Boys Next Door. Rowland and Genevieve had been working together until Rowland invited Harry and Epic to join “a solo project that would be like a band because I like the idea of bands”. 

1987’s debut album, Get Lost (Don’t Lie!), described by AllMusic as “Simultaneously rocking, strangely beautiful, and scary. [It] foreshadowed the sound of bands to come over a decade later.”, was recorded before the band had ever played live. They’d go on to play on bills with the likes of Sonic Youth and Babes in Toyland, and by the time they were ready to record 1992’s I’m Never Gonna Die Again they were, according to Harry, “a much harder and more focused sounding band”. Soon after its release, Rowland, Genevieve, and then Harry moved back to Melbourne, and Epic Soundtracks died in London in 1997. These Immortal Souls never recorded again and performed their last show in 1998, leaving these three releases as a record of their unforgettable time together.

Extra – which features covers of Alice Cooper’s ‘Luney Tune’, The Stooges’ ‘Open Up and Bleed’, Nancy & Lee’s ‘Some Velvet Morning’ and Alex Chilton’s Hey! Little Child’ – includes personal and revealing sleeve notes by Harry Howard.

Pop Crimes: The Songs of Rowland S. Howard, featuring Harry Howard, Genevieve McGuckin, Mick Harvey, Lydia Lunch, Jonnine Standish, JP Shilo and more, will pay tribute to Rowland S. Howard (1959-2009) for two shows in March. On Thursday 7 March they will perform at the Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne and on Sunday 10 March at the Factory Theatre in Sydney – tickets are on sale now.

Get Lost (Don’t Lie!), I’m Never Gonna Die Again and Extra are all released on vinyl, CD and digitally on 12 April 2024: https://mute.ffm.to/theseimortalsouls-24 

Photo by York Koepfer

GET LOST (DON’T LIE!)

Marry Me (Lie! Lie!)
Hide
Hey! Little Child
These Immortal Souls
I Ate the Knife
“Blood and Sand” She Said
One in Shadow, One in Sun

I’M NEVER GONNA DIE AGAIN

The King Of Kalifornia
Shamed
Black Milk
Hyperspace
So The Story Goes
Insomnicide
All The Money’s Gone
Crowned

EXTRA

Bad (Remastered)
My One-Eyed Daughter (Remastered)
Luney Tune (Remastered)
Open Up and Bleed (Remastered)
Up on the Roof (Remastered)
Some Velvet Morning (Live)
“Blood and Sand” She Said (Live)
Hey! Little Child (Live)
These Immortal Souls (Live)
Get Lost (Don’t Lie!) (Live)

Pop Crimes: The Songs of Rowland S. Howard

7 March – Melbourne, Thornbury Theatre

10 March – Sydney, Factory Theatre

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