Frank Carter has revealed the full details for his new Record Store Day release, ‘Loss’. The black and white 7” is limited to 1600 copies, with 950 available for sale in the UK.
The vinyl will feature two versions of ‘Loss’: the first, taken from Carter’s ‘Rotten’ EP, is raw and stripped back; the second is a live version recorded at Birmingham’s Rainbow on the band’s first UK tour.
The artwork meanwhile was painted and designed by both Carter himself, and Rattlesnakes guitarist Dean Richardson.
“Our debut album ‘Blossom’ was a testament to the power of physical music,” say the band, “and our fans more than most appreciate vinyl and going out to buy a record – we’re going to try and setup a small show somewhere – but for now it’s over to you guys to get out to your local store and support indie music and releases.”
Other acts taking part in Record Store Day 2016 on 16th April include Gerard Way, Bring Me The Horizon, Muse, Frank Turner, Slaves, Architects, Death Cab For Cutie and Deftones.
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