They are one of the most seminal bands in rock music - but until now, the only way that you could hear My Bloody Valentine's full back catalogue was by purchasing the physical or digital copies of their albums.

However, yesterday that all changed as the Kevin Shields-led band finally uploaded their entire catalogue to streaming services after signing a new deal with Domino Records.

That means you can stream the likes of 'Loveless' and 'Isn't Anything', as well as the 2012 compilation 'ep’s 1988-1991 and rare tracks' and 2013's 'mbv' - their last studio album - on Spotify and other streaming services.

In further good news for fans of the band, not only are their albums being remastered and reissued on vinyl, but they are reportedly working on two new albums for their new label. One is 'warm and melodic' and the other is more 'experimental', with guitarist Blinda Butcher suggesting that recording on both would be finished before the end of 2021.

See the reaction to MBV's music being available on streaming services below...