The Streets have been hosting their comeback for the last year or so, sprinkling new songs throughout last year.
We’ve heard new music in the form of ‘Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies’, ‘Burn Bridges’. ‘If You Ever Need To Talk I’m Here’,‘Boys Will Be Boys’ and ‘You Are Not The Voice In Your Head’.
Now, Mike Skinner has announced the latest in his line of reissues for his classic back catalogue of LPs.
2008’s ‘Everything Is Borrowed’ is getting the deluxe reissue treatment, coming out on 180-gram heavyweight 12” vinyl on 31st May.
We headed down to the O2 Academy Sheffield on The Streets’ latest tour to find the singer in pure nostalgia mode.
“‘Dry Your Eyes’, ‘Never Went To Church’ and ‘Stay Positive’ are delivered with emotion while chaos erupts with ‘Don’t Mug Yourself’, ‘Heaven For The Weather’ and set closer ‘Fit But You Know It’,” we wrote of the show.
“Mike Skinner remains that likeable lad who you can rely on for a good time: at one point he gives a crowd member £11 to get him a 2 pinter of Guinness from the bar. Which he downs.”
Read the review in full here.
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The bonus release won’t appear on the forthcoming mixtape ‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’.
When Mike Skinner reunited The Streets, he could’ve cashed his cheque and quit. Instead, he’s got a mixtape, album and film on the way. We meet the certified legend who’s still pushing things forward.