Reuben announce 10 year anniversary re-release 26 Jun 2017
On July 14th 2017, 10 years after it was originally released, REUBEN
will reissue their 3rd and final album 'In Nothing We Trust' through
Big Scary Monsters as a very limited vinyl run, as well as
digitally across streaming and purchase platforms (for the very first
time). Often cited by fans of the band as a true lost classic, and
originally released on the bands own Hideous Records label, the vinyl will feature three bonus tracks and the first 200 orders through this store will also receive a CD version from the original release.
Pre-order the album - HERE
Watch the original (and brilliant) video for 'Blood Bunny Larkhall'' - HERE
REUBEN front-man and now solo star in his own right, JAMIE LENMAN explains a bit more about the album:
"It's my favourite of the records we did as a band, and I think it's also objectively the best. It was difficult and painful to write and to record but I think the result is something that has a real emotional depth. I have a feeling that perhaps we knew somehow that it was going to be the last one, and we put everything we had into it. Sean (Genockey) was the perfect producer for us - he and his engineer Jack really understood the band, our sense of humour and the sound we were looking for. I'm thrilled that people still care enough to still be listening to it, particularly as it's been unavailable for so long. It's probably my proudest moment."
"In the end we were so pleased with the record it gave us another burst of energy and we were able to get out and tour it, which was great. All our favourite bands had done just three records and then stopped, and bands that go past that inevitably go stale. I felt certainly that In Nothing We Trust was our definitive statement and I was comfortable that that was what people would remember us for. I think if we'd stopped after the second one, people would have remembered us as the funny band with the moustaches and the dancing in the videos, but when the third one came out I think people finally got it. People finally started to take us a bit seriously."