Album artwork for Vavona Burr by The Bevis Frond

This is a Record Store Day 2019 item. It will be available to purchase from our stores from 8am 13th April. Remaining stock will be available to purchase from this page at 00.01 20th April.

A special 20th anniversary reissue out on double LP limited edition white vinyl that comes with new artwork. It’s end of the millennium music, an album from 1999 when we were all convinced that Y2K was going to take out thewhole planet at midnight on December 31. It’s The Bevis Frond’s 17th studio album, filled with half recalled dreams and acquaintances– there’s Don Lang (a 1950s trombonist who died earlier in the decade), there’s Jesus (an omnipresent head who danced barefoot at all those Roundhouse gigs in the ‘70s), there’s Wilson, Kepple And Betty doing the One Leg Sand Dance, Che Guevara, John And Yoko, Joe The Dealer, there’s the girl in In Your Eyes who couldn’t make breaking up any harder. This is introspection at its best, a lo- fi mighty personal verse with a huge aching chorus.

The Bevis Frond

Vavona Burr

Fire Records
Album artwork for Vavona Burr by The Bevis Frond
LPx2

£27.99

White Vinyl, 1000 copies

Released 13/04/2019Catalogue Number

FIRELP452

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

The Bevis Frond

Vavona Burr

Fire Records
Album artwork for Vavona Burr by The Bevis Frond
LPx2

£27.99

White Vinyl, 1000 copies

Released 13/04/2019Catalogue Number

FIRELP452

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

This is a Record Store Day 2019 item. It will be available to purchase from our stores from 8am 13th April. Remaining stock will be available to purchase from this page at 00.01 20th April.

A special 20th anniversary reissue out on double LP limited edition white vinyl that comes with new artwork. It’s end of the millennium music, an album from 1999 when we were all convinced that Y2K was going to take out thewhole planet at midnight on December 31. It’s The Bevis Frond’s 17th studio album, filled with half recalled dreams and acquaintances– there’s Don Lang (a 1950s trombonist who died earlier in the decade), there’s Jesus (an omnipresent head who danced barefoot at all those Roundhouse gigs in the ‘70s), there’s Wilson, Kepple And Betty doing the One Leg Sand Dance, Che Guevara, John And Yoko, Joe The Dealer, there’s the girl in In Your Eyes who couldn’t make breaking up any harder. This is introspection at its best, a lo- fi mighty personal verse with a huge aching chorus.