On colored vinyl for the very first time, Belle and Sebastian have announced a new pressing their 1996 classic If You’re Feeling Sinister, a red edition of the LP limited to 1,500 copies. The release coincides with the band’s performance of the landmark album at Pitchfork Festival 2019 in Chicago this July, marking Belle and Sebastian’s first full performance of the album in North America. “The simplicity — the strummy guitars, Murdoch’s reedy and conversational tone, the gentle propulsion at work in even the quietest songs.” -- Stereogum “[The band] reaches peaks of effortless pastoral grandeur.” -- Rolling Stone

On colored vinyl for the very first time, Belle and Sebastian have announced a new pressing their 1996 classic If You’re Feeling Sinister, a red edition of the LP limited to 1,500 copies. The release coincides with the band’s performance of the landmark album at Pitchfork Festival 2019 in Chicago this July, marking Belle and Sebastian’s first full performance of the album in North America. “The simplicity — the strummy guitars, Murdoch’s reedy and conversational tone, the gentle propulsion at work in even the quietest songs.” -- Stereogum “[The band] reaches peaks of effortless pastoral grandeur.” -- Rolling Stone

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If You're Feeling Sinister [Limited Edition Red LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: MATADOR RECORDS
Genre: Rock/Pop
Rel. Date: 08/16/2019
UPC: 744861029632

If You're Feeling Sinister [Limited Edition Red LP]
Artist: Belle And Sebastian
Format: Vinyl
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On colored vinyl for the very first time, Belle and Sebastian have announced a new pressing their 1996 classic If You’re Feeling Sinister, a red edition of the LP limited to 1,500 copies. The release coincides with the band’s performance of the landmark album at Pitchfork Festival 2019 in Chicago this July, marking Belle and Sebastian’s first full performance of the album in North America. “The simplicity — the strummy guitars, Murdoch’s reedy and conversational tone, the gentle propulsion at work in even the quietest songs.” -- Stereogum “[The band] reaches peaks of effortless pastoral grandeur.” -- Rolling Stone