The Cribs and The Horrors to release live EPs tomorrow (April 20)

Limited edition vinyl releases will only be available from band's local record stores

The Cribs and The Horrors to release live EPs tomorrow (April 20)

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The Cribs, The Horrors and Twin Atlantic will all release limited edition JD Roots live EPs tomorrow (April 20).

The bands all performed live as part of Jack Daniels' JD Roots gigs in 2012 and will release live tracks from their headline gig on 10" vinyl. The Cribs, who performed at Wakefield's Theatre Royal last year, will release 'Jaded Youth' while The Horrors have made a live version of 'Still Life' from their gig at Chinnery's in Southend. Scottish band Twin Atlantic, meanwhile, will release 'The Ghost Of Eddie' as recorded during their King Tut's show. All of the songs will be limited to 500 copies and come backed with a song by Jack White's Third Man Recordings act The Black Belles, who supported on all three dates.

The EPs are only available from local record shops. All details for track list and where to buy follow.

Roots One
Twin Atlantic – ‘The Ghost Of Eddie’ / The Black Belles – ‘Pushing Up Daisies’
Available exclusively from Love Music Glasgow – www.lovemusicglasgow.com

Roots Two
The Horrors – ‘Still Life’ / The Black Belles – ‘Wishing Well’
Available from Rough Trade London – www.roughtrade.com

Roots Three
The Cribs – ‘Jaded Youth’ / The Black Belles – ‘Leave You With A Letter’
Available exclusively from Jumbo Records – www.jumborecords.co.uk


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