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By and | Published on Wednesday 10 January 2018

Record Store Day UK 2018

Other notable announcements and developments today…

• John Spellar MP will propose making the agent of change principle law in Parliament today. Here’s reminder of what that’s all about.

• This year’s Record Store Day is set to take place on 21 Apr. No record shopping is to be done before or after this date.

• Those Black Eyed Peas have released new single, ‘Street Livin’. The track is (somehow) taken from their graphic novel ‘Masters Of The Sun’. A virtual reality version of that book is also due to debut at the Sundance Film Festival later this month.

• Those Manic Street Preachers have released the video for latest single ‘International Blue’. Their new album, ‘Resistance Is Futile’, is out on 6 Apr.

• That Belle & Sebastian have released new single ‘The Same Star’. The track is taken from part two of their new EP series, ‘How To Solve Out Human Problems’, out on 19 Jan.

• That Ride have released ‘Catch You Dreaming’, taken from new EP ‘Tomorrow’s Shore’, which is out on 16 Feb.

• Those Breeders have announced that they will release a new album, ‘All Nerve’, on 2 Mar. The title track is out now. The band will also be touring the UK in May and July, including a performance at the Roundhouse in London on 30 May.

• That Car Seat Headrest has announced that he will release a new record, ‘Twin Fantasy’, a re-recorded version of his 2011 album of the same name, on 16 Feb. “It was never a finished work, and it wasn’t until last year that I figured out how to finish it”, he explains. From it, this is ‘Nervous Young Inhumans’. Oh, he’s touring the UK in May too.

• That Girli has released the video for new single ‘Mister 10pm Bedtime’. The track is taken from her recent EP, ‘Hot Mess’.

• Those Foo Fighters have been announced as the first act to perform at this year’s BRIT Awards. “How the fuck have we never played at The BRIT Awards before”, says an incredulous Dave Grohl.

• Check out our weekly Spotify playlist of new music featured in the CMU Daily – updated every Friday.

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