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Echo & The Bunnymen / The Stars, The Oceans & the Moon

Loads of signed editions & bundles on the official store.


Echo & The Bunnymen will release a new album, The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon, next year which will feature Bunnymen classics transformed and new songs “with strings & things attached”.

Lead by the Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant, and co-produced by Andy Wright, there is no final track listing for The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon as yet, but we are promised that they will revisit “some of their greatest songs” and that we can expect a couple of brand new tracks. McCulloch’s take on this project is as follows: “I’m not doing this for anyone else. I’m doing it as it’s important to me to make the songs better. I have to do it.”

There isn’t even finalised artwork at this stage, but the official store is offering a great range of editions and bundles and, refreshingly, you don’t have to spent a fortune to get a signed item – you can pick up a signed CD for just £12 and a signed 2LP black vinyl for £25.

Exclusive formats include a 2LP picture disc edition (signed) and there’s a plethora of bundles – including a 4LP+CD+Cassette offering – all of which are well priced given the content. If you pre-order anything on the official store before 9am on Wed 29 November you get unique access to the ticket pre-sale for the band’s 2018 UK tour.

The album will be issued on 18 May 2018. Standard editions are available via normal channels, such as Amazon (see below). More on this release when we have it.

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The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon - CD edition

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1. Bring On The Dancing Horses
2. The Somnambulist
3. Nothing Lasts Forever
4. Lips Like Sugar
5. Rescue
6. Rust
7. Angels & Devils
8. Bedbugs & Ballyhoo
9. Zimbo
10. Stars Are Stars
11. Seven Seas
12. Ocean Rain
13. The Cutter
14. How Far?
15. The Killing Moon

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