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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.

Nothing Lasts Forever

limited translucent red lp in mirror board sleeve + *signed print* - £23.99 | Buy
limited translucent red lp in mirror board sleeve - £23.99 | Buy

black lp - £21.99 | Buy

cd - £11.99 | Buy

cassette - £9.99 | Pre Order
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...

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.

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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in mind

cd - £9.99 | Buy
gatefold LP with gold foil imprint + download - £18.99 | Buy

limited indies only heavyweight blue lp + download + gold foil imprint - £19.99
deft lyrical hand & gorgeous melodies shine through in this intricate tapestry woven from sunny, jangly textures & dreamy, misty vocals – this wil...
Endless Arcade
  1. Home
  2. Endless Arcade
  3. Warm Embrace
  4. Everything is Falling Apart
  5. The Sun won’t shine on me
  6. Come With Me
  7. In Our Dreams
  8. I’m more inclined
  9. Back in the Day
  10. The Future
  11. Living with You
  12. Silent Song

dinked edition 81

-Exclusive Translucent Yellow Vinyl*

-Die Cut Sleeve


- Exclusive Signed 12” X 12” Art Print
(Design Exclusive To Dinked Edition)*

-Exclusive Postcard Set (X 4)*

pressing of 1000

*exclusive to dinked

postcard set

art print

die-cut sleeve



Endless Arcade

  • lp

    Released: 30th Apr 2021

    £17.99 £13.99
  • limited indie transluscent green LP in die-cut sleeve

    Released: 17th Sep 2021

  • dinked edition 81 - Translucent Yellow lp* + Die Cut Sleeve + Numbered + Signed Art Print* + Postcard Set* + dinked stickered* (1000 only) *exclusive to dinked

    Released: 30th Apr 2021

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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.

Thankfully the Fannies haven’t become complacent musically & having them back in our lives this year has been nourishing for our souls.


Even if we weren’t living through extraordinarily troubling times, there is nothing quite like a Teenage Fanclub album to assuage the mind, body and soul, and to reaffirm that all is not lost in this world. 'Endless Arcade' follows the band’s ninth album “Here”, released in 2016 to universal acclaim and notably their first Top 10 album since 1997; a mark of how much they’re treasured. The new record is quintessential TFC: melodies are equal parts heart-warming and heart-aching; guitars chime and distort; keyboard lines mesh and spiral; harmony-coated choruses burst out like sun on a stormy day. In the 1990s, the band crafted a magnetically heavy yet harmony-rich sound on classic albums such as “Bandwagonesque” and “Grand Prix”. This century, albums such as “Shadows” and “Here” have documented a more relaxed, less ‘teenage’ Fanclub, reflecting the band’s stage in life and state of mind, which Endless Arcade slots perfectly alongside. The album walks a beautifully poised line between melancholic and uplifting, infused with simple truths. The importance of home, community and hope is entwined with more bittersweet, sometimes darker thoughts - insecurity, anxiety, loss. Such is life. But the title track suggests, “Don’t be afraid of this endless arcade that is life.” A preview from the album came in February 2019 with Raymond’s ‘Everything Is Falling Apart’, an online single released at the outset of a six-month tour and a highlight of Endless Arcade. Everything is falling apart? Well, yes, but the song was written long before COVID-19 arrived. Neither was Raymond’s inspiration political or social, but more, “the entropy in the universe, the knowledge that everything eventually decays,” he explains. But Raymond says relax. Or rather, “Relax, find love, hold on to the hand of a friend”. Fortunately, Endless Arcade was virtually finished by the time lockdown was announced, bar the odd tinker under the engine hood. It seems timely, given how everyone had to initially stay home under lockdown, that the album starts with Norman’s ‘Home’, though it was chosen in part because of its opening line: “Every morning, I open my eyes...” The album’s longest track (at seven minutes) typifies TFC’s relaxed groove, culminating in Raymond’s peach of a guitar solo. Norman’s search for ‘home’ could be literal: after all, he’s been living in Canada for the last 10 years. But it’s also figurative. Like Norman’s other Endless Arcade songs – The Sun Won’t Shine On Me’, ‘Warm Embrace’, ‘I’m More Inclined’, ‘Back In The Day’ and ‘Living With You’ – his words on ‘Home’ are etched by loss and yearning. “Without going into too much detail, the last eighteen months have been challenging for me on an emotional level,” he admits. “But it’s been cathartic channelling some of these feelings and emotions into song.” In contrast, Raymond’s songs – he’s also responsible for ‘Come With Me’, ‘In Our Dreams’, ‘The Future’ and ‘Silent Song’ – are philosophical and questing. As he sings in ‘The Future’: “It’s hard to walk into the future when your shoes are made of lead”, but he’s still going to try, “and see sights we’ve never seen.” In the band’s own near future, they’re already planning another new album given they can’t yet tour the one they’re releasing now. Welcome back, Teenage Fanclub, unafraid of this endless arcade that is life.