The Long Blondes unveil the 15th anniversary reissue of Someone To Drive You Home

Rough Trade Records / Remote Control Records present the 15th anniversary edition of The Long Blondes‘ Someone To Drive You Home, which was originally released in November 2006 and was produced by Pulp member Steve Mackey – out now as a limited edition, double gatefold LP. Pressed on to red and yellow vinyl to mirror the album’s artwork – a picture of actress Faye Dunaway also painted by Jackson – the edition will feature the original record, plus 11 additional tracks that the band used on B-sides.

Alongside the reissue comes the release of a restored version of the ‘Giddy Stratospheres’ video – initially inspired by the frisson of the indie disco, ‘Giddy Stratospheres’ is The Long Blondes‘ sophisticated calling card. A swirl of razor sharp guitars and vivid storytelling, waltzing melodies and burning vocals, the Sheffield band’s 2000s single fizzes with dancing, desire and the most stylish sing-a-long you’ll ever hear. 

Purchase / Download The Long Blondes – Someone To Drive You Home

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