Holly Humberstone, National Album Day celebrates the 90s, Steven Wilson, Coach Party

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Lincolnshire artist!

'Critically acclaimed and award winning singer songwriter Holly Humberstone releases her highly anticipated debut album Paint My Bedroom Black on Polydor/ Darkroom / Geffen. Always inspired by her environment and how that affects her sense of self andidentity, from her parent’s Haunted House to flatshares in London with The Walls Are Way To Thin, Paint My Bedroom Black represents Holly’s coming of age, growing from unknown singer at her parent’s piano to the most exciting alternative pop stars of her generation. The dark and other worldly space Holly has built and invited fans into, both sonically and visually, has been lucid and visceral, with the camera always on her shoulder, a lens into her chaotic thoughts and deep feelings. '

Limited edition coloured vinyl with alternative artwork and CD available

'The Harmony Codex - the seventh album by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree) - takes you on a trip. A genre-spanning collection that opens up like a musical puzzle box, it presents a series of endlessly beautiful vistas that roll out and shift in front of you. Arguably the best album Wilson has made during a career that’s spanned more than three decades both as a band leader and as a solo artist, it represents the apotheosis of a life spent fully absorbed in music.'

National Album Day takes place on Saturday 14th October, this year celebrating the music of the 90s with limited edition releases on coloured vinyl of some classic 90s albums - we'll be open 10am to 5.30pm come and have a look!






All NAD release are available to buy from Sat 14th October - browse online now HERE



available in the shop only from 10am to 5.30pm this SATURDAY 14 OCTOBER.

INSTORE OFFER ONLY, does not include Customer Orders, Discogs stock or New Releases from 1 Sept 2023 


After three striking 10" EP's - Isle of Wight's Coach Party unleash their debut album. It's everything we hoped for and more. The production is crisp and clear whilst the playing is of a band that have spent the last few years playing hundreds of gigs / festivals and learning their craft. The 10 tracks are upbeat and noisy guitar pop that hints at the debut Elastica album, The Breeders, The Big Moon and Nirvana. It really is that good.


We have tones of other new releases and great 2nd hand collections in recently... come in and have a browse!


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