Fucked Up are set to release a remastered reissue of 2003’s Epics in Minutes.
The band will be treating the compilation to vinyl for the first time ever. The collection brings together songs from their early (prior to 2004) 7-inch vinyls and cassettes. Get ready for some remastered versions of tracks like “Police,” “Baiting The Public I,” and “What Could’ve Been.” The remastered version of Epics in Minutes be out on January 21st via Get Better Records.
In the original liner notes, Fucked Up say that Epics in Minutes is “as close to as there will ever be to a Fucked Up retrospective.”
Fucked Up are also remastering their cassette demo to a limited 7-inch release benefitting Toronto Indigenous Harm Reduction.
Pre-order both reissues here.
The punk rockers are also readying a 10th anniversary edition of their concept album, David Comes To Life. The limited edition lightbulb yellow two-LP reissue is out on December 10th via Matador Records. It will see Fucked Up revisiting their free, unexpected, psychedelic tracks that really solidified their explorative sound. Alongside the announcement, Fucked Up have shared “The Truest Road” from a forthcoming rarities LP.
Revisit “The Truest Road” below.