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Record Store Day Postponed Until June

Friday, 13 March 2020 Written by Helen Payne

Record Store Day has been postponed due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

The event, which is set to celebrate over 550 rare and exclusive releases, will now take place on June 20 — moving from April 18.

RSD will mark its 13th anniversary at independent record stores around the UK, with organisers giving indie-rock quartet the Big Moon the title of UK ambassadors for the event, while Brandi Carlile takes the global title, following in the footsteps of Pearl Jam, Run The Jewels, St. Vincent, Metallica, Jack White and Dave Grohl.

The full list of records can be viewed here. It includes a three-track single by the Big Moon, a reissue of the Cure’s ‘Bloodflowers’ and a live recording of David Bowie’s ‘I’m Only Dancing (The Sould Tour ‘74)’, as well as specially created material from Christine and the Queens, Paul McCartney, Primal Scream, My Chemical Romance, So Solid Crew, Destiny's Child and Neil Young.

Read the organisers’ full statement below.



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