The Charlatans' obsession with reworking their back catalogue began back in 2012, when Tim Burgess and Co launched a periodic table replacing the chemical elements with their own song titles.
Here in all its minimal beauty. The Charlatans Periodic Table 1990/2015. 12 albums + EPs. Dig it? pic.twitter.com/QLV2GwzSKj— Tim Burgess (@Tim_Burgess) January 18, 2016
To commemorate last year's World Book Day, the innovative band replaced classic covers of famous book titles with their own album artwork.
The titles included all 12 of the band's albums, from their debut 'Some Friendly' released in 1990, to Modern Nature.
The 12 studio albums of The Charlatans, if they were books (lots of hidden info on there too). Enjoy! pic.twitter.com/tGEovMoRRE— Tim Burgess (@Tim_Burgess) February 29, 2016
Another stroke of genius came with the Tune Map, where the band reworked the classic design of the London Underground map with their own song titles.
THE CHARLATANS TUNE MAP pic.twitter.com/0G9uLnll1E— Gerado Navarro (@questoquelotro) August 23, 2017
However, we think their latest project is the best yet.
The band have turned their entire back catalogue into a collection of apps.
Replacing classic app icons with highlights from the band's near 30 year career, the app has been launched to mark the release of Over Again, the latest single from Different Days.
Created by Manchester tech firm Modern English, the app allows fans to navigate through the band's back catalogue, including exclusive live video clips.
The Charlatans play the O2 Apollo on December 2.