PLACEBO will celebrate an incredible 20 years with the release of a must have retrospective hits album, ‘A Place For Us To Dream’, on October 7th through Universal Records
‘A Place For Us To Dream’ includes singles from the early; ‘Bruise Pristine’, ‘Come Home’, ‘Teenage Angst’, to the career defining ‘Nancy Boy’, ‘Every You Every Me’, ‘Pure Morning’, ‘The Bitter End’ right up to, ‘Meds’, ‘For What It’s Worth’ & ‘Too Many Friends’. The album also includes the new single, ‘Jesus’ Son’, out on August 19th.

‘A Place For Us to Dream’ will be available in the following formats:

– Limited Edition, Deluxe Vinyl Box Set – Pink Vinyl Edition
– Limited Edition, Deluxe Vinyl Box Set – Black Vinyl Edition
– 2 x CD Edition
– iTunes Digital Download – including an instant grat of ‘I Know (Version 2008)’ on pre-order & ‘Jesus’ Son’ [19.8.16]

The physical formats include a special book that contains never-before-seen photos from the past 20 years, all hand selected by Brian Molko and Stefan Olsdal from their personal archives.

To coincide with the 20 Year retrospective album on the 7th October, Placebo will release a new EP entitled ‘Life’s What You Make It’. The EP features 6 previous unreleased recordings and includes the single ‘Jesus’ Son’ and a cover of the Talk Talk classic ‘Life’s What You Make It’. All the tracks are produced by Adam Noble (dEUS/Red Hot Chilli Peppers), who was at the helm for the band’s acclaimed 7th studio album ‘Loud Like Love’.

‘Life’s What You Make It’ will be available in the following formats:

– ‘Life’s What You Make It’ – 12” Springtime Green Vinyl Edition
– ‘Life’s What You Make It’ – 12” Black Vinyl Edition
– iTunes Digital Download

Placebo begin the UK leg of their ’20 Years of’ world tour this December:

Friday 2nd – GLASGOW, SSE Hydro
Saturday 3rd – LEEDS, First Direct Arena
Monday 5th – MANCHESTER, Arena
Tuesday 6th – NOTTINGHAM, Motorpoint Arena
Thursday 8th – BIRMINGHAM, Barclaycard Arena
Saturday 10th – IRELAND, DUBLIN, 3Arena
Monday 12th – NEWPORT, Centre SOLD OUT
Wednesday 14th – BRIGHTON, Centre SOLD OUT
Thursday 15th – LONDON, SSE Wembley Arena