Acid House Kings to Reissue Three Albums
Out Aug. 28
Swedish twee pop trio Acid House Kings have announced that they will delve into their back catalog of work to reissue three of their most acclaimed albums. Released via Labrador in extended digital formats and limited edition deluxe 180 gr vinyl on Aug. 28, fans will get access to 1997's Advantage Acid House Kings, 2002's Mondays are Like Tuesday and Tuesdays are Like Wednesdays, and 2005's Sing Along with Acid House Kings.
According to Niklas Angergård, the reason the band's first record Pop, Look & Listen won't be included is because it "simply isn't any good," and that the band's latest album Music Sounds Better with You is already abundantly available. "Mondays are Like Tuesdays and Tuesdays are Like Wednesdays and Advantage Acid House Kings haven't been available on any physical format in almost seven years' time," he says. "Mondays... is special since it was the first album we recorded ourselves at our own Summersound Studios ... I'm looking forwards to adding it to my personal collection."
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