Cult rockers MY BLOODY VALENTINE will definitely be recording a belated follow-up to their 1991 classic LOVELESS at some point, according to frontman Kevin Shields. The Irish band never officially split - despite only leaving fans with two albums, 1988's ISN'T ANYTHING and LOVELESS - and spent five years in the 1990s working on recording sessions for an album which was never released. But Shields is adamant there will be a new My Bloody Valentine album. He says, "I do feel that I will make another great record. We are 100 per cent going to make another My Bloody Valentine record unless we die or something. "A lot of people say the reason My Bloody Valentine didn't make another record is because we couldn't. That's mostly true, but not because we couldn't make another record, but because I never could be bothered to make another record unless I was excited by it. And just by fate or whatever, that never happened. "I'd feel really bad if I didn't make another record. Like, 'S**t, people only got the first two chapters, but the last bit is the best bit.' "How long will that take to transpire into an actual physical record? I don't know."