Metronomy - The English Riviera [Instrumentals]
An old friend sounding like never before. All the instrumentals from Metronomy's iconic ode to the South West.
Have you ever REALLY listened to how smart this LP is?
Today the Joseph Mount-fronted electronic pop collective Metronomy announce details of the forthcoming special vinyl release of the instrumental versions of their career-changing 2011 album The English Riviera, which is this year celebrating its ten year anniversary. The English Riviera [Instrumentals] are available to listen to online now and will be released on vinyl in November.
We're so pumped to bring you this one as a Dinked Edition.
+ Dinked Edition 131* #DinkedEdition EXCLUSIVE
+ Cream Coloured Vinyl *
+ Numbered Sleeve *
+ 25cm Square sticker sheet
+ Additional 25cm Square sticker sheet *
+ A6 Postcard (with Lee O'Connor's Tea Towel art) *
The John Gorham-inspired cover artwork is really fun here, with the palm tree missing on the cover but included as part of a 'make your own' sticker set. We have the instrumentals on the stereo as we write to you today and it's just fascinating to really dive into how smart and brilliantly structured these songs are.
The English Riviera
We Broke Free (Instrumental)
Everything Goes My Way (Instrumental)
The Look (Instrumental)
She Wants (Instrumental)
The Bay (Instrumental)
Loving Arm (Instrumental)
Some Written (Instrumental)
Love Underlined (Instrumental)
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