The National + MORE

It’s Friday! The National‘s latest album “First Two Pages Of Frankenstein” is out today and we’ve got the indie store exclusive red vinyl version here for you. Also with all the excitement of Record Store Day last Saturday there’s a few other recent new releases that got overlooked.
The latest albums from Feist, Boygenius, Daughter, Overkill and GoGo Penguin are also all in stock right now. Plus, finally the re-issue of “Malibu” by Anderson .Paak has actually been released and we’ve got a handful of copies left.

See you soon!

The National – First Two Pages Of Frankenstein (Indie Exclusive)
Anchored by evocative melodies and an enthralling lyrical narrative, First Two Pages of Frankenstein finds The National sounding more creatively energized than ever and poised to earn them even more fans.

Feist – Multitudes
Multitudes took shape soon after the birth of Feist’s daughter and the sudden death of her father. Amid meditations on mortality, connection and the frenetic state of the human condition, Multitudes ultimately radiates an ineffable sense of hope.

Overkill – Scorched (Indie Exclusive)
For over 3 and a half decades their bottom-line crazy method of thrash has produced some of the most signature moments in the world of metal.

Daughter – Stereo Mind Game (Indie Exclusive)
Since their debut in 2013, Elena Tonra’s intimate, crushingly honest lyrics have been a lifeline for the band’s fans, whilst also finding a gateway to the likes of alternative giants Phoebe Bridgers and Bon Iver.

Boygenius – The Record (Indie Exclusive)
After their wildly-successful 2018 debut EP, boygenius (Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, Julien Baker) return with their debut album, ‘The Record’. It includes the singles “$20”, “Emily I’m Sorry”, “True Blue” and “Not Strong Enough”.

Gogo Penguin – Everything Is Going To Be OK
Bursting with the optimism of new beginnings, with a new drummer, their new record label, and a subtly updated and developed sound, the band are ushering in a more ambient era. “Everything Is Going to Be OK” is born from a time of turbulence and loss.