Beth Gibbons, Billie Eilish, Frank Turner, Kelly Jones, Johnny Moped, The Lovely Eggs, Busted, Shellac, YOBS

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Out this week is the debut solo album from Beth Gibbons (Portishead) . Lives Outgrown 'features 10 beautiful new songs recorded over a period of 10 years, the album was produced by James Ford and Beth Gibbons with additional production by Lee Harris (Talk Talk).'

We have standard vinyl, limited edition vinyl and CD all available in store from Friday 17th May, or order online now.


'To celebrate 50 years of this mighty band – A brand new studio album Quonk! by the legendary Johnny Moped' the English punk group formed in the 70s whose former members include Chrissie Hynde and Captain Sensible.

Green vinyl or Pink vinyl available

'The Lovely Eggs release their seventh new album Eggsistentialism on Egg Records. Their third collaboration with Grammy Award winning producer Dave Fridmann, Eggsistentialism comes with more breath taking mind boggling art-work by illustrator Casey Raymond.'

Choose from green vinyl, blue splatter vinyl or CD versions.

Billie Eilish’s third studio album, Hit me Hard and Soft, released via Darkroom / Interscope Records is her most daring body of work to date, a diverse yet cohesive collection of songs— ideally listened to in its entirety from beginning to end—does exactly as the album title suggests; hits you hard and soft both lyrically and sonically, while bending genres and defying trends along the way.

Available on Standard, Indies only recycled sea blue vinyl and CD.


'Take a trip down memory lane with Busted's debut album, now available on vinyl for the first time in a limited-edition red colour. Immerse yourself in iconic hits like "The Year 3000," "What I Go To School For," and "Losing You". This reissue is a must-have for fans old and new, offering a nostalgic journey back to the era of catchy melodies and unforgettable hooks.'

US rock band Shellac, whose members included guitarist and producer Steve Albini who passed away this week, release their sixth album and the first in ten years.

 Also new in store we have...


Frank Turner's new releases Undefeated. '.a record about survival and defiance, but also one with a sense of fun and self-deprecation. 19 years into my solo career, I’m still standing up and putting out some of my best work. It feels good.” Undefeated is my tenth solo studio album, and in many ways I’m pleasantly surprised by that statement. I feel very fortunate that I’m still making records and touring - fortunate and proud. The record is fired by that feeling, and a new sense of energy and liberation. It feels like a new chapter for me - after the pandemic, back in the independent world, the new lineup of the Sleeping Souls, and a slightly bewildered sense of gratitude that I’m still standing, still have something to say. - Frank Turner

Purple vinyl and Deluxe CD with 13 Extra Tracks available

'Inevitable Incredible is a brand-new studio album that sees Kelly Jones writing primarily on the piano for the first time. Recorded on a remote island in Norway, the forthcoming album see’s Kelly step away from the comfort of Stereophonics and explore emotion and vulnerability. Recorded in just 6 days, the album features 8 incredibly evocative cinematic songs, all with live vocal and piano plus stunning orchestral strings. '

'Wow! So you’re telling me Ron Geesin made this kooky electro groovy score to a really progressive maths educational programme on Central TV in 1980 and it’s musically anarchic and amazing and it’s never been issued before? Until now. Wow again!!!! And there’s 30 tracks!!! Trunk Records we love you...'

'Liverpool's YOBS release their self-titled debut album via Fuzz Club, arriving off the back of their debut double single, 'Fortune Teller b/w Cemetery Man', which saw the four-piece burst on the scene n a gloriously scuzzy and hedonistic blaze. "All skull-crushing riffs and hallucinogenic effects", as Clash Magazine wrote, YOBS deal in primitive garage-punk/noise-rock salvos that race by with a bludgeoning intensity.'



This Saturday 18th May The Terraplanes Blues Band at Louth Cons Club.
Hailing from Bristol UK, with a sound echoing 1960' s British R'n'B bands, The Terraplanes have been a breath of fresh air since the release of their debut E.P Midnight Train in 2020. The commercial success and critical acclaim of their first full album Stepping Stones in 2022, plus some blistering live festival performances, has seen them gain a league of followers in the UK and indeed around the world.


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