North Carolina math rockers Polvo are reissuing two albums from the early ’90s: Polvo’s 1992 debut Cor-Crane Secret and their 1993 follow-up Today’s Active Lifestyles might be out there February 28 through Merge. Both data might be pressed on coloured vinyl; Cor-Crane Secret might be launched on blue and white swirl vinyl, whereas Today’s Active Lifestyles might be issued on mustard yellow and crimson swirl vinyl. Find photographs of the reissues, full with up to date paintings, under.
The reissue of Cor-Crane Secret will showcase uncommon posters and ephemera from the band’s archive whereas Today’s Active Lifestyles contains never-before-seen images. In addition to the 2 reissues, Merge is providing a bundling possibility that features Cor-Crane Secret, Today’s Active Lifestyles, and a newly-expanded model of Polvo’s self-titled early singles compilation on translucent inexperienced vinyl.
Polvo first disbanded in 1998. They reunited in 2007, releasing two albums (2009’s In Prism and 2013’s Siberia) earlier than going quiet once more after 2013.