Letchworth: Read the latest Nub News weekend column from the brilliant David's Music

By Layth Yousif

7th Aug 2022 | Local News

Letchworth: Read the latest Nub News weekend column from the brilliant David's Music
Letchworth: Read the latest Nub News weekend column from the brilliant David's Music

Letchworth: Read the latest Nub News weekend column from the brilliant David's Music

Hello from David's!

We hope that everyone is feeling nostalgic, because it's a reissue-heavy release week! First up, not one, not two but SIX David Bowie releases are hitting the shelves this Friday – 'Outside', 'The Buddha of Suburbia', 'Toy', 'Black Tie/White Noise', 'Hours' and 'Earthling'. Previously released as a box-set collection, now they're available as individual releases for you to curate your collection accordingly! 

Also dropping this week is a long-awaited reissue of Tool's 'Fear Inoculum', their Grammy award winning masterpiece. Universally acclaimed upon its original release in 2019, it's now available as a 3LP set that features new artwork and an exclusive poster, making a lot of fans (including the David's team) very happy!

However, if you're looking to snap up some brand-new music this week, we don't think you could do better than the brilliant 'Could We Be More' by Kokoroko. An expansive, ambitious debut, the album brilliantly fuses together the African-London synergy which so naturally underpins the heat of Kokoroko's identity. A must listen!

We hope to see you instore soon, but you can check out our socials for the latest news and releases!

The David's Team

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