Faith No More will reunite with original singer Chuck Mosley for a pair of shows celebrating the reissue of their 1985 debut, We Care A Lot.
Billed as “Chuck Mosley and ‘Friends,'” the concerts will take place August 18th at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco and August 20th at the Troubadour in Los Angeles. In the short, charming video announcing the shows, Mosley noted he would also be performing an acoustic set. Tickets for both concerts are available now.
Mosley left Faith No More in 1988, one year after the release of their second album, Introduce Yourself, and was replaced by Mike Patton. That lineup put out four more albums before disbanding in 1998. Since reforming in 2009 and hitting the road, Faith No More have appeared live with Mosley twice, first in 2010 at the Warfield in San Francisco and in 2015 at the Fillmore in Detroit.
The reissue of We Care A Lot will arrive digitally and on CD and vinyl tomorrow, August 19th, via bassist Bill Gould’s Koolarrow Records. The LP has been out of print for 20 years, with the reissue boasting a remastered version of the album alongside nine bonus tracks comprising demos, new mixes and live recordings.
Last year, Faith No More released Sol Invictus, their first album since 1997’s Album of the Year.