Sam Fender releases special limited edition single to celebrate Record Store Day 2023

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The day’s organisers have announced the full list of releases ahead of the annual event and there’s a familiar face in the list of releases.

Sam Fender is set to release a special limited edition single on vinyl for Record Store Day 2023.

The event, which looks to celebrate the culture and business around independent record shops, has announced the full list of limited edition records set to be released to mark the occasion including a special seven inch single from Fender.

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The North Shields local is set to have a remarkable year thanks to headline slots at Reading and Leeds festivals as well as a pair of homecoming shows at St James’ Park.

Sam Fender releases special limited edition single to celebrate Record Store Day 2023. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)Sam Fender releases special limited edition single to celebrate Record Store Day 2023. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
Sam Fender releases special limited edition single to celebrate Record Store Day 2023. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

The Record Store Day release will include the songs Wild Grey Ocean and Little Bull Of Blithe which were originally released as part of the live deluxe version of the singer-songwriter’s number one album Seventeen Going Under.

Fans of Sam Fender were introduced to the songs late in 2022 and this will be the only chance for collectors to get their hands on the release, which has been pressed onto white vinyl.

The release will only be able to be bought in independent record shops across the UK on Record Store Day, which falls on Saturday, April 22 this year with shops across the North East getting involved.

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This is not the first time the musician has worked with Record Store Day. Just last year turntable manufacturer Rega released a limited edition turntable signed by Fender as part of Record Store Day 2022, whose sale proceeds have been donated to War Child UK.