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The Delines
Scenic Sessions

On their September 2015 tour, Willy Vlautin’s The Delines were selling a CD called the Scenic Sessions. It sold out pretty quickly and now changes hands for upwards of 65 quid. Fans having been going on at the band in the intervening years to release a vinyl version, so they have. And on gold vinyl, no less!  LP on Decor, limited to 800 copies.
  • Vinyl LP (DECOR037LP)
  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition

The Delines
The Imperial

Singer, songwriter and novelis Willy Vlautin’s post-Richmond Fontaine band, The Delines return with their second album, The Imperial. The band feature members of The Damnations TX, The Minus 5 and other members of Richmond Fontaine. They play a soulful brand of alt. Country which would suit fans of Whiskeytown and Lambchop. LP and CD on Decor.
  • Vinyl LP (DECOR46LP)
  • CD (DECOR46CD)

Willy Vlautin
Northline

Northline was the second novel by Willy Vlautin, frontman with Richmond Fontaine and The Delines. Vlautin recorded a soundtrack for the book, which was included with it on CD format. Now it is being issued on vinyl for the first time. This coincides with the release of his fifth novel and Soundtrack, Don’t Skip Out On Me and his third novel, Lean On Pete, being made into a film. Willy Vlautin is a busy man. Limited to 500 copies.
  • Vinyl LP (DECOR44LP)
  • Limited edition

Richmond Fontaine
Don't Skip Out on Me

Richmond Fontaine frontman Willy Vlautin has always spun a good yarn during live shows. His ability as a storyteller has made the page too. His first novel, The Motel Life, was published in 2006. Don’t Skip Out On Me is his 5th novel and will include a soundtrack. Here, soundtrack is available on 180g vinyl - a limited edition of 1000 copies. Richmond Fontaine have now split, but this was recorded just before they went their separate ways.
  • Vinyl LP (DECOR45LP)
  • Limited edition

Mark Eitzel
Hey Mr Ferryman

Once called ‘America’s greatest living lyricist’ by The Guardian, Mark Eitzel certainly knows his way around metaphor and allegory. The ferryman, in question, is quite probably the same Charon that Nick Cave grappled with on The Boatman’s Call. However, Eitzel is far wryer than Cave - on the title track he sings ‘Hey Mr. ferryman, do you party where you’re from?’ - and the sonic and lyrical approach to matters of life and death has more in common with Eels. Vinyl comes with an indies-only bonus CD, which is cool.
  • Vinyl LP (DECOR40LP)
  • CD (DECOR40CD)

Richmond Fontaine
You Can't Go Back If There's Nothing To Go Back To

Richmond Fontaine have a name that sounds like a solo artist, but don’t be fooled: this is a band through and through. You Can’t Go Back If There’s Nothing To Go Back To, their tenth album, is another gorgeous, heavily-laden alt-country sprawl. The band is accompanied for the first time by members of The Delines and The Decemberists. Available in regular editions, and in a deluxe LP version with exclusive bonus CD.
  • CD (DECOR38CD)

The Delines
Colfax


  • CD (DECOR033CD)

Mark Eitzel /Sacri Cuori/Isobel Campbell
Split


Richmond Fontaine
Thirteen Cities

Richmond Fontaine has always been about the lyrics of Willy Vlautin but they produce some damn fine music too. This was their seventh studio recording and showcases the slightly ramshackle side of the band with a series of enjoyable laments generally about things going wrong for the narrator. One of the better Americana bands out there and the first time on vinyl for this one.