Richard Hawley to reissue first three albums on vinyl

It will be the first time the singer's first two LPs will be available on the format

Richard Hawley is to re-release his first three albums on vinyl.

It is the first time that the singer’s first two LPs – 2001’s ‘Richard Hawley’ and ‘Late Night Final’ – will be released on the format. His 2003 album ‘Lowedges’ will also be re-pressed. All three LPs will be available on October 27.

Last year, Hawley claimed that he had turned down “a lot of money” to play Glastonbury Festival because he believed that the event had lost its “meaning”.


“I got offered a lot of money to play there and I turned it down because it doesn’t have any meaning,” he said. “All of the political sides of it seem to have been whitewashed and airbrushed over. The Rolling Stones are playing and that just seems weird to me if you think about what it’s supposed to be and what it’s become.”

Richard Hawley released his seventh studio album ‘Standing At The Sky’s Edge’ in May 2012.


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