Belle and Sebastian ‘Push Barman To Open Old Wounds’ CLEAR Vinyl Edition!
Added on 02nd July 2020

After a brilliant response to the baby blue vinyl edition of ‘Tigermilk’ on Love Record Stores Day we thought it would be nice to make a coloured vinyl version of another one of the Belle and Sebastian’s albums, ‘Push Barman To Open Old Wounds’, as another UK indie store exclusive.

The CLEAR vinyl triple LP of what Rough Trade describe as a ‘top class compilation’ will be released on July 31st. The pressing is limited to just 750 copies so make sure you don’t miss out by heading to your favourite record store (online or maybe even person!) to pre-order now.

If you’re not sure where to shop you’ll find more info here, here or even here!

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