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Feel Good Now (2023 reissue)

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their second live album is a collection of live recordings from their 1987 European tour, recorded by the band's sound engineer on a Sony Professional Walkm...

Soundtracks for the Blind (2022 reissue)

limited 4lp in brown kraft board gatefold w/ poster + download - 1 per customer - £37.99 | Buy
Mute and Young God Records reissue Soundtracks for the Blind on vinyl, the final Swans album released in 1996 prior to their 2010 reformation.


lp - £23.99
A less metallic and more psychological nuclear fusion than Filth, but no less apocalyptic and terrifying.

Children of God

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Originally released in October 1987 on the Mute subsidiary Product Inc and reissued first in 1997, Children of God is a brand new remaster of the album and will...

Soundtracks For The Blind (2018 REISSUE)

3CD - £12.99
the end of the beginning for swans mark 1 was a beautiful, living and breathing album of suitably epic proportions – reissued in lush fashion for your rea...


3lp + poster + download - £24.99
announced as the last album release of Swans’ current incarnation, this epic double dose of michael gira & co's droning, repetitive, weighty mantr...
The Beggar
  1. The Parasite
  2. Paradise Is Mine
  3. Los Angeles: City of Death
  4. Michael is Done
  5. Unforming
  6. The Beggar
  7. No More Of This
  8. Ebbing
  9. Why Can't I Have What I Want Any Time That I Want?
  10. The Beggar Lover (Three) (vinyl down load / cd - disc 2)
  11. The Memorious (cd - disc 2 only)


The Beggar

  • limited 2lp + poster + w/ bonus track

    Released: 23rd Jun 2023

  • 2cd w/ 2 bonus tracks

    Released: 23rd Jun 2023

    out of stock

swans' 16th studio album pairs gira with recent and former Swans members, members of Angels Of Light, as well as guest Swan, Ben Frost.

Following 2019’s 'leaving meaning', the album emerged from the 2020 lockdown with Michael explaining, “after numerous pandemic-induced cancellations of tours for the previous Swans album leaving meaning, and an apparent bottomless pit of waiting, waiting, waiting, and the strange disorientation that came with this sudden but interminable forced isolation I decided it was time to write songs for a new Swans album and forget about everything else. They came relatively easily, always informed by the suspicion that these could be my last. When I finally was able to travel, songs in hand, to Berlin to work with my friends recording this record, the feeling was akin to the moment in The Wizard of Oz when the film changes from Black and White to Color. Now I’m feeling quite optimistic. My favourite color is pink. I hope you enjoy the album.”