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BANDWAGONESQUE (national album day 2023)

limited transparent yellow lp - £31.99 | Pre Order
'Bandwagonesque' is the third album by Scottish alternative rock band Teenage Fanclub, originally released in November 1991 on Creation Records.

Man-Made (2021 Repress)

lp + 7" - £15.99 | Buy
Teenage Fanclub have announced details of the vinyl reissues of two more of their classic albums – Man Made and Shadows.

Endless Arcade

lp - £17.99 £13.99 | Buy
limited indie transluscent green LP in die-cut sleeve - £21.99 | Buy

dinked edition 81 - Translucent Yellow lp* + Die Cut Sleeve + Numbered + Signed Art Print* + Postcard Set* + dinked stickered* (1000 only) *exclusive to dinked - £23.99
It’s all too easy in record shop land, with a wealth of new music surrounding us, to become complacent about those that ignited our aural travels.

thirteen (2018 reissue)

180g lp + 7" + download - £19.99 £13.98
Having long been out of print, Teenage Fanclubwill re-release their classic Creation Records albums on vinyl.

howdy! (2018 reissue)

180g lp + 7" + download - £23.99 | Buy
Having long been out of print, Teenage Fanclubwill re-release their classic Creation Records albums on vinyl.

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Laid (national album day 2023)

Limited Translucent Red 2LP - 1 per customer - £41.99 | Pre Order
Originally released in 1993, this Brian Eno produced album would include the worldwide hit, Laid that became the “theme” to the American Pie series ...

Perfect Prescription

180g LP + download - £21.99 | Buy

Marquee Moon (2023 "rocktober" reissue)

limited 140g Ultra Clear lp - £25.99 | Pre Order
Marquee Moon is the debut album by American rock band Television.

4 Eps

limited white 2lp in gatefold + download - £34.99 | Buy
cd - £12.99 | Buy
The legendary shoegazers reissue their indispensable debut, its incredible follow-up & a collection of their first 4 EPs.
Nothing Lasts Forever


  1. Foreign Land
  2. Tired Of Being Alone
  3. I Left A Light On
  4. See The Light
  5. It’s Alright
  6. Falling Into The Sun
  7. Self-Sedation
  8. Middle Of My Mind
  9. Back To The Light
  10. I Will Love You


Nothing Lasts Forever

  • limited translucent red lp in mirror board sleeve + *signed print*

    Released: 22nd Sep 2023

  • limited translucent red lp in mirror board sleeve

    Released: 22nd Sep 2023

  • black lp

    Released: 22nd Sep 2023

  • cd

    Released: 22nd Sep 2023

  • cassette (pre-order)

    Expected Release: 22nd Sep 2023


The boys from Bellshill are back doing what they do best: crafting elegantly intimate indie pop songs that will be kept captive, deep in your subconscious, just ready to be unleashed as a whistled melody when you least expect it.

this beautifully rich and melodic album is the sound of a season’s end, of the last warm days of the year while nights begin to draw in and thoughts become reflective and more than a little melancholy. That reflection is everywhere on the record, whether on the autumnal folk rock of 'Tired Of Being Alone' that repositions Laurel Canyon to somewhere deep in the heart of the Wye Valley, the William Blake quoting 'Self-Sedation' or on the song that preceded 'Nothing Lasts Forever'’s completion, last year’s 'I Left A Light On', where a spark of hope is kept alight at the end of a relationship.

The band recorded 'Nothing Lasts Forever' - Blake, McGinley along with Francis Macdonald on drums, Dave McGowan on bass and Euros Childs on keyboards during an intense ten-day period in the bucolic Welsh countryside at Rockfield Studios, near Monmouth in late August. You can hear the effect of that environment on the record - it’s full of soft breeze, wide skies, beauty and space.

One of the most striking lyrics on the record is on the closing track 'I Will Love You'. A gorgeous seven minute almost Kosmiche acoustic daydream drone, it looks to a point beyond the fury and polarisation of our modern discourse, to a time when “the bigots are gone/after they apologise/for all the harm that they’ve done”. Looking for positives while faced with the grim realities of the 21st century feels very Teenage Fanclub - a band who’ve been a force for good for over three decades and who can effortlessly turn melancholy into glorious, chiming harmony.