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The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place (2023 reissue)

limited indies only remastered red 2lp in triple gatefold sleeve, housed in slipcase - £35.99 | Buy
Originally released in the fall of 2003, 'The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place' was a watershed moment for Explosions In The Sky, and a landmark album for...


limited indies only 180g yellow lp in gatefold sleeve - £23.99 | Buy
They've come a long way since decimating The Freebutt almost 20 years ago, creating a deafeningly huge sound in a space barely big enough to serve as a fiel...

The Rescue (Anniversary Edition)

Limited Indies-only opaque dusty orange lp + download - £26.99
Remastered, repackaged reissue celebrating the 20th anniversary of Explosions In The Sky.

The Wilderness 

translucent red & clear gatefold 2lp w/etching + download - £31.99 | Buy
For a band that has come to be synonymous with open spaces and widescreen post rock ‘the wilderness’ feels acutely warm and personal.
Big Bend (An Original Soundtrack For Public Television)
  1. Chisos
  2. Climbing Bear
  3. Woodpecker
  4. Spring
  5. Flying
  6. Camouflage
  7. Swimming
  8. Stories in Stone
  9. Summer
  10. Nightfall
  11. Owl Hunting
  12. Sunrise
  13. Big Horns
  14. Autumn
  15. Cubs
  16. Pallid Bats
  17. Rains Legacy
  18. Bird Family
  19. Winter
  20. Human History


Big Bend (An Original Soundtrack For Public Television)

temporary residence ltd
  • Limited Blue Sky Coloured 2LP

    Released: 1st Oct 2021

  • CD

    Released: 1st Oct 2021


The band set the awesome sights of big bend national park to an inspired, melodic, and meaningful blend of acoustic guitar, slide guitar, strings, piano, bells, and drums that feels as alive and diverse - and vast and lonely - as the place it depicts.

Big Bend (An Original Soundtrack for Public Television) takes that mesmerizing score and recontextualizes it as a standalone album. Those brief cues have been expanded and transformed into a thoughtful, gorgeous full-length album that recalls some of the band’s most magical and memorable moments from their storied history. Following nearly two years of global touring in support of their adventurous and acclaimed album, The Wilderness (2016), Explosions In The Sky paused the future to reflect on the past. Celebrating their 20th year as a band with a pair of remastered reissues of early beloved classics – How Strange, Innocence (2000) and The Rescue (2005) – they embarked on a memorable series of anniversary concerts in 2019. It was around then that Explosions In The Sky was approached to craft the score to a new documentary about a place with which, as native Texans, they were very familiar: Big Bend National Park. That documentary, Big Bend: The Wild Frontier of Texas, premiered on PBS in the United States as well as on a variety of networks in other countries in early 2021. The hour-long film intimately follows the lives of native animals amid expansive aerial views of the iconic desert landscape that makes up one of the grandest natural wonders in the world. Big Bend: The Wild Frontier of Texas is a film that explores the past and present of the vast, complicated landscape that still holds countless mysteries yet to be uncovered. In Big Bend (An Original Soundtrack for Public Television), Explosions In The Sky pursue a similar approach to their own past and present, and find inspiration in all that has yet to be discovered.