The Record Club has resumed its work with the upcoming live broadcast of American synth-pop group Future Islands – discussing their new album “Long As You Are”.
The Club itself brings together in the UK such organizations as Record Store Day, Official Charts and National Album Day. In May, The Record Club launched a series of live streams to support record stores and new releases in isolation. She has collected over 3 million music lovers.
The source that allowed The Record Club to reopen for the next 12 months was Bowers & Wilkins. BBC Music’s Jess Iszatt is streaming live on Facebook Live twice a month. This happens every other Wednesday at 18:30.
The Record Club continued to stream with Rina Sawayama talking about her debut album, “Sawayama”. The program then featured the Doves’ recently ranked # 1 album, The Universal Want, and the chart-topping duo Sleaford with Mods’Eton Alive and Declan McKenna with Zeros. The Future Islands are expected to visit soon at The Record Club.
Fans were encouraged to buy at their local record store or order home delivery of their chosen album that had been released over the past week. Then tune in to the broadcast, during which you can ask questions to the musicians and even get a chance to win a prize.