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In February 2024 long-standing UK noise-rock pioneers The Telescopes released their sixteenth studio album Growing Eyes Becoming String, recorded between the Brian Jonestown Massacre studio in Berlin and with early Telescopes producer Richard Formby in Leeds back in 2013.


Succumbing to a hard-drive crash, the recordings were assumed lost for years before being recovered and finished by The Telescopes' Stephen Lawrie over lockdown. 


This Record Store Day 7" arrives hot off the back of the album with two explosive, speaker-rattling remixes by Brooklyn’s A Place To Bury Strangers and Milan/London experimental group Throw Down Bones.


On this special release, the 'What You Love' and '(In The) Hidden Fields' singles are reimagined by two bands undoubtedly influenced by The Telescopes' decades-long experiments with noise and drones. 


Hand-numbered on White Vinyl.


This is an exclusive Record Store Day 2024 release. Available in-store from 8:00am Saturday 20th April, with all remaining stock available online from at 8:00pm on Monday 22nd April. Strictly 1 per customer. Click notify me to be kept up to date.





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The Telescopes - Growing Eyes Becoming String Remixes

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