Wax lyrical: The Streets are repressing ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ and ‘Original Pirate Material’

The Streets are repressing ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ and ‘Original Pirate Material’

The double vinyl is coming out next month!

The Streets are set to repress their first two albums on vinyl!

‘Original Pirate Material’ and ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ are being released on double vinyl on 30th March. The former was originally released back in 2002 and contained the breakthrough hit ‘Has It Come To This’, while the latter came two years later and featured the likes of ‘Fit But You Know It’ and ‘Dry Your Eyes’. 

The Streets are also set to head out on a totally sold out run of dates in April, their first headline tour since 2011, with stops in Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester and Leeds as well as three nights at London’s Brixton Academy. They also recently aired a brand new track, ‘If You Ever Need To Talk I’m Here’, just last month, which followed on from ‘Burn Bridges’ and ‘Sometimes I Hate My Friends More Than My Enemies’. 

Revisit ‘Fir But You Know It’ below. 

The Better and Better Land: Fontaines DC

The Better and Better Land: Fontaines DC

Since the release of ‘Dogrel’, Fontaines DC have been on an unstoppable upwards trajectory. As they prepare to close out 2019 with a sold-out tour, we check in with the breakthrough band of the year.