Finding rare tracks from the Danish group Mew is about to get a whole lot easier. After finally releasing their classic album Frengers here in the US, fans will soon be able to get their hands on the coveted 2000 LP Half The World Is Watching Me, which has been out of print since its year of release. Of course, only 5,000 copies of the original pressing were made, so there weren’t many to go around.
For now, the reissue will only be available through their own Evil Office label on August 6, but it will be well worth the price of an import. It will include a second disc containing nine previously unreleased tracks, including demos, live tracks and studio cuts. With this reissue, plus a new album in the works, times are good for Mew fans!