The visual album preceded last year's 'Blonde'
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The new sale follows Friday’s reopening of the Frank Ocean merch store for Black Friday, in which Ocean sold hoodies, t-shirts and more.
Now, Frank Ocean is back in business, with the first physical release of ‘Endless’ now available. The visual album is available on vinyl, DVD and VHS, and features new holographic artwork and two double-sided posters of Frank, pictured during the record’s creation.
Pick up a physical copy of ‘Endless’ here, but be quick – the store is only open until 12am Eastern time (that’s 5am GMT).
‘Endless’, which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios, was released via Apple Music back in August 2016, just days before the release of subsequent ‘proper’ album ‘Blond(e)’.
Featuring notable guests including Arca and Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood, the record is thought to have been a stopgap release, which Ocean used to fulfil his contractual obligations to former label Def Jam – ‘Blonde’ was subsequently self-released.
Meanwhile, the singer recently shared a photo diary and essay for the latest issue of i-D magazine. The diary includes a 32-page photo essay that includes self-portraits, pictures from his recent tour and a shot of filmmaker Spike Jonze.