(Photo by Steve Gullick) The Scottish act The Jesus and Mary Chain announce a new live album, “Sunset 666”, due for release August 4th 2023 via Fuzz Club. Recorded live at the Hollywood Palladium in 2018, whilst the Mary Chain were touring North America in support of Nine Inch Nails, it’s a discography-spanning set that includes tracks from “Psychocandy”, “Darklands”, “Automatic”, “Honey’s Dead”, “Stoned and Dethroned”, “Munki” and “Damage and Joy”.
The release will be out on double LP vinyl, CD and digital.
Taken from the incoming “Sunset 666” album, you can listen to the Mary Chain perform “Sometimes Always” live with Isobel Campbell right below.
On the album and single news, the Mary Chain said: “We’re thrilled to share this version of ‘Sometimes Always’ with our friend Isobel Campell doing the vocal which Hope Sandoval did on the studio version. It’s from our new double album ‘Sunset 666’ which captures two shows we did at the Hollywood Palladium with Nine Inch Nails and Isobel in December 2018. It was the first time we’d performed that song for god knows how many years.”
Sunset 666 Tracklist:
- Just Like Honey
- Sometimes Always (feat. Isobel Campbell)
- Black and Blues (feat. Isobel Campbell)
- All Things Pass
- Some Candy Talking
- Head On
- The Living End
- Cracking Up
- Teenage Lust
- I Hate Rock ‘N’ Roll
- Blues from a Gun
- Far Gone and Out
- Between Planets
- Halfway To Crazy
- In A Hole
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