Stealing Sheep, TOY and Mark Lanegan announce Record Store Day releases

Heavenly for Record Store Day

Heavenly offers up trio of exclusive releases for this year’s Record Store Day

Heavenly Recordings are pleased to announce details of an exclusive set of three releases for Record Store Day this year, courtesy of Stealing Sheep, TOY and our newest signing Mark Lanegan.

The collection of 7”, 10” and 12” vinyl pressings feature brand new tracks from Stealing Sheep, an album exclusive from Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood (including two remixes – one of which features the additional vocal talents of Liela Moss) plus an inspired remix trade between TOY and The Horrors’ Tom Furse.

Details of each release are as follows:

7″ — Stealing Sheep ‘A Real Clown’

Stealing Sheep have recorded two brand new tracks exclusively for Record Store Day. A-side single ‘A Real Clown’ comes backed with ‘Do As You Will’ and is limited to 300 7” pressings.

10” — Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood ‘Cold Molly’

After their album preview track ‘Pentecostal’ clocked up over 25,000 YouTube hits in little more than two weeks, Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood release the first single to be taken from ‘Black Pudding’ (out 13th May) exclusively for Record Store Day. ‘Cold Molly’ is limited to 300 10” pressings and features additional remixes from Soulsavers (their first in 10 years) and Roman Remains (a new project by talismanic singer Liela Moss and guitarist Toby Butler of the The Duke Spirit), the latter of which includes backing vocals from Liela.


Above: Roman Remains (The Duke Spirit’s Liela Moss and Toby Butler) offer up a reworking of ‘Cold Molly’

12” — TOY / The Horrors double A side ‘Motoring’ (Tom Furse Extrapolation) and ‘Moving Further Away’ (Dom & Ale TOY remix)

TOY offer up an exclusive double A-side for Record Store Day, teaming up with The Horrors’ Tom Furse for a back-to-back remix trade. Limited to 500 12”s, the single features Furse’s remix of TOY’s ‘Motoring’, with Dom and Ale’s remix of ‘Moving Further Away’ on the double A-side.


Above: speaking to NME, The Horrors’ Tom Furse said: “There’s no other band I’d rather share a slab of plastic with”

Record Store Day is on 20th April this year. To find a list of participating stores stocking the releases, visit the Record Store Day site here

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