Ahead of their ‘Nowhere’ 30th anniversary UK tour starting 20th April, shoegaze legends Ride have announced the details of the reissues of their early classic albums via Wichita Recordings. These will be released on the 4th November and will include the first four EPs ('Ride, 'Play', 'Fall', and 'Today Forever'), plus their seminal 1990 debut ‘Nowhere’, and feted 1992 album ‘Going Blank Again’ from their days on Creation Records. Entitled ‘4 EPs’, the first four Ride EPs are compiled onto one record for the first time ever and packaged as a beautiful gatefold album on double white vinyl. This is accompanied by a 16 page booklet featuring archive photos and an essay by Sonic Cathedral’s Nathaniel Cramp. ‘Nowhere’ is reissued on blue vinyl, with a gatefold sleeve and embossed artwork. ‘Going Blank Again’ is double orange vinyl and also has a gatefold sleeve. All the original audio has been reworked and refined, the reissues will also be available on cd from the 4th November.