We’re pleased to say that Belle and Sebastian’s ‘Tigermilk’ has been chosen as one of the ‘Sounds of Scotland’ that are featured in an exhibition to mark the 2019 edition of National Album Day which takes place on October 12th. The album was picked by Fiona Shepherd, music critic with The Scotsman.
The exhibition also highlights ‘Sounds of…’ The Midlands, The North and London and The South East and is touring four Network Rail stations around the UK. It has already called at Glasgow Central and is currently on show at Manchester Piccadilly before it moves to Birmingham New Street from Monday 30th September and finishes up in London’s London Bridge from Wednesday 9th October.
A week before National Album Day itself at 11am on October 5th a White Label auction will take place to raise money for music industry charity The BRIT Trust. Around 300 LP test pressings, including a couple of Jeepster releases, will be auctioned online to UK and international collectors by music memorabilia and vinyl records specialists Omega Auctions.
You can find out more about this and the other events taking place to mark National Album Day on the official website.