Didn’t want to wait in massive RSD lines, or maybe you just don’t care to collect records? That’s okay, that’s why the internet was invented, right? You can hear all the goodies that were shared without having to drop the needle down.
Check out a list of some of the best singles from Record Store Day 2015 including songs from Father John Misty, Florence + the Machine, Run the Jewels, and more below:
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds pressed this Push The Sky Away B-side entitled “Animal X”:
This track didn’t make the cut for Florence and the Machine‘s upcoming album How Big How Blue How Beautiful, so she shared it as a special RSD release instead:
Future Islands got in on the fun as well, sharing their first new song since the band’s breakout record Singles was released last year. Skip ahead to 2:19 minutes to hear “The Chase” via BBC here.
Father John Misty shared an acoustic rendition of “I Love You, Honeybear” but renamed it “I Loved You, Honeybee”. *Swoon*
Run The Jewels dropped a new track called “Bust No Moves” which features SL Jones. It’s classic RTJ magic:
Record Store Day ambassador Dave Grohl and his boys Foo Fighters released a new EP that consists of two unreleased demo versions of old tracks plus a cover of Kim Wilde’s “Kids in America”, and the previously unheard “Empty Handed”: