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Haim, Civil Wars, Broken Bells and Tons More Will Release New Music on Record Store Day

Put it on your recycled paper calendars, hipsters: Record Store Day is April 19. In all seriousness, Record Store is great. It’s a day in which tons of bands (or estates, in some cases) release exclusive albums to local brick and mortar record stores around the country to encourage people to support the local music industry. Great day. Great cause. Really great music, as we can now confirm, because Record Store Day’s official site has released the list of who will be releasing new music, and there are just too many to name. Broken Bells, Built To Spill, Chvrches, Coldplay, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Civil Wars, Cults, Devo, The Cure, Disclosure, Jake Bugg, The Flaming Lips, Haim, Kings of Leon, Nirvana, Of Montreal, Tame Impala, The Velvet Underground—and, well, we could go on for days. You can check out the whole list here, but regardless, you’ll definitely want to set aside time for your closest local music vendor …

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