The Canadian artist releases his fifth LP, ‘Sad Hunk,’ on October 9.
The band will stream archival festival sets from the past 24 years – including previously unreleased footage.
The project reimagines Beck's 'Hyperspace' album, via an interstellar journey combining NASA mission images, visualizations, animations and data.
The band are inviting their fans to "take a look behind the scenes of 'Dreamland.' Now in technicolour and with added never before seen footage.”
Several years ago, the Los Angeles Times praised the enduring imprint having survived and thrived through "25 years of weirdness and punk."
Elbow’s Guy Garvey said: “This is a simple way of looking after the very roots of British music, and will result in some joyous shows when we can at last see each...
The event will be held over two nights this weekend, on August 14 and 15, with Brittany Howard and Cold War Kids also headlining.
The band have also recently shared some brand-new European and U.K. tour dates for 2021 in support of the record.
The collaborative title was originally released in September 1996 to widespread acclaim, with Rolling Stone describing it as "incredible".
The best indie record labels of all time have helped push the boundaries, drawing the mainstream into their world – and changing the face of music in the process.
Released last night, a letter co-signed by hundreds of UK artists, managers, producers and record labels calls for the end of racism and intolerance.
The evocative track comes ahead of the group’s forthcoming album, ‘Dreamland,’ out August 7.
“When we wrote this song, it was exactly where my head was at - hopeful, excited and a crazy amount of self-reflection and self-growth,” said Eilish.