Exclusive 2020 RSD titles will roll-out in three ‘drop dates,’ beginning Saturday, August 29.
Exclusive titles from Billie Eilish, Robyn, Bob Marley And John Lennon will roll out across three dates, allowing for social distancing.
Exclusive 2020 RSD releases will now be available on Saturday 29 August, Saturday 26 September and Saturday 24 October.
The band say that once tickets go on sale a portion of proceeds will help people whose services industry jobs are impacted by the pandemic.
The dates will be rescheduled and ticket holders will be alerted to the new dates when they are announced.
The organisers say, "This decision comes at a time of unprecedented uncertainty and the health and safety of the general public must come first."
The Pink Floyd guitarist’s contribution to the 1995 film’s score is finally confirmed.
2020 marks the 13th year of Record Store Day, which this year falls on Saturday, 18 April.
The band say members will be able to get their hands on “rare cuts, demos, rough mixes and live rarities."
McCartney, co-author Philip Ardagh and illustrator Geoff Dunbar published the book in 2005, and a film adaptation was first mooted in 2013.
The former Beatle is on fine form on the tracks, out now digitally and as a physical release for Record Store Day on 29 November.
The 40th anniversary of U2's first release, the 1979 EP Three, will be observed with a 180 gram, black vinyl 12-inch pressing for Record Store Day.
The reappearance marks the album's first time inside the top 40 since its opening 21-week chart sequence.
Home to the world’s largest independent record store, Amoeba Music, Los Angeles is celebrating RSD with special deals, pop-ups, special events and screenings all over town.
Subtitled “a new film about why the tables are turning again,” it documents the remarkable resurgence of vinyl in recent years.