Canadian duo Memoryhouse are reissuing their debut EP 'The Years', which was self-released in February 2010. The EP is being marketed as 'an expanded and improved reissue' and will be entirely re-recorded, re-mastered and remixed with an additional two tracks added: 'Modern Normal' and 'Quiet America'. The re-release also marks the first time the EP has been released in a physical format. 'The Years' will be released on September 13th, 2011, through Seattle based label, Sub Pop Records, famed for discovering Nirvana and Soundgarden.
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