Canadian rock band Coney Hatch is thrilled to announce that its live album, Postcard from Germany will be available on vinyl for the first time ever through Anthem Records. The limited-edition vinyl pressing will be available for purchase on April 20th, as part of Record Store Day. Each album has been autographed by the band, with only 300 units available. 

Recorded LIVE at HEAT Festival in Ludwigsburg, Postcard from Germany also features two newly recorded releases, It’s About A Girl and Heaven’s on the Other Side.” A Cream Vinyl with Turquoise Splatter Variant will be a Record Store Day exclusive.

“Canada is going to love the stunning turquoise vinyl of Postcard from Germany by Coney Hatch, as much as we enjoyed pressing it here at Microforum Vinyl in Toronto,”says Noble Musa, Sales & Marketing for Microforum.”It is always a very special experience to be able to work with Canadian bands to create exclusive Canadian pressings for Canadian music fans.”

“It’s always a blast collaborating with classic Canadian bands,” adds Ryan Kerr, Operations Manager for Record Store Day Canada. “The Record Store Day Canada release with Coney Hatch is no exception. For the first time ever, we are bringing Postcard from Germany on vinyl on April 20th, as part of Record Store Day. We have loved the band for years, so this vinyl is definitely for the fans, by the fans.”

“So cool to have Coney Hatch part of Record Store Day for the first time ever,” says Coney Hatch bassist Andy Curran. “We’ve been a band for 40 plus years and ticked a lot of boxes …but not this one. We had a blast going to see our limited-edition vinyl being pressed real time at Microforum. It’s come full circle to when we started with vinyl releases, I guess everything old is new again.”

The band recently visited the Microforum facility to have a look at the test pressings of vinyl hot off the presses. You can view the visit here.

Postcard from Germany tracklist:

1. It’s About A Girl (Studio 2022)

2. Heaven’s On The Other Side (Studio 2022)

3. We Got The Night

4. Stand Up

5. Blown Away

6. Boys Club

7. She’s Gone

8. This Ain’t Love

9. Wrong Side Of Town

10. Girl From Last Nights Dream

11. Fantasy

12. Fallen Angel

13. Don’t Say Make Me

14. Devil’s Deck

15. Monkey Bars

Record Store Day, the global celebration of the culture of independent record stores, takes place this year on April 20th, as it has annually for the last 17 years. Once again, the moment has arrived to unveil the remarkable lineup of titles awaiting enthusiasts during the cherished annual celebration of independent record stores worldwide. This year’s Record Store Day raises the bar yet again with its unparalleled magnitude, artistry, and diverse array of releases. 

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  • jimk on

    My very first concert was Coney Hatch, Fastway, and Iron Maiden. Back in 83. I didn’t know who they were at the time. Ended up buying their current album. Outa Hand. Dug in the “archives” I still have it and yes that’s how they spelled it. Damn I’m getting old.

  • elliot goldberg on

    “Witchfinder General” #iykyk

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