Two songs recorded, mastered and cut in 24 hours. Edition of 24.
GOODNIGHT LENIN ANNOUNCE COLLABORATIVE PROJECT RECORD STORE DAY ENTITLED 24/7”
The Midlands quintet, who are currently gearing up for the release of their debut album later in the year, have announced a collaborative project entitled 24/7” which will be released on limited edition 7” vinyl (only) on 19th April for Record Store Day.
The band will enter Highbury Studio on 23rd March to record two tracks, live on analogue tape, before heading over to Artisan Audio to mix and master them... All in 24 hours!
In traditional Record Store Day fashion they will be recording two covers, ‘Almost Cut My Hair’ and ‘Helpless’ both taken from Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s 1970 seminal west coast album Déjà vu.
The limited edition vinyl will be released through their long term label Static Caravan (VAN274) and will be available in independent Birmingham based Record Stores.
They will be celebrating the release with a headline show at the Prince of Wales (Birmingham) on 18th April, the night before Record Store Day.
They previously sold out The Prince Of Wales back in October with support from The Travelling Band, which saw them release a limited edition Goodnight Lenin Ale!
Tickets for 18th April are on sale now and available via www.moseleyfolk.co.uk/tickets and The Ticket Sellers Box Office via 0844 870 0000.