Classic New Wave-era band, Echo & The Bunnymen, are returning to the spotlight (albeit, a spotlight that has perhaps dimmed a little) offering two new releases for the peopleóa four-disc career
retrospective and a new studio album. The retrospective, entitled Crystal Days, is a 71-song overview of the band's two-decade career, and is due out on Rhino Records on July 17th.
On May 22nd, the group will issue Flowers, its first studio effort for New
York-based indie label, spinART. The album is the third by
the group since founding members Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant reunited under
the Bunnymen name. Plans for an American tour are expected to be announced shortly.