Album artwork for Just for a Day by Slowdive
Album artwork for Just for a Day by Slowdive

The English shoegaze band Slowdive formed in 1989 and consisted of Nick Chaplin (bass), Rachel Goswell (vocals, guitar), Christian Savill (guitar), Simon Scott (drums), and the band's primary songwriter Neil Halstead (vocals, guitar). The production on Slowdive's debut commenced shortly after Halstead convinced Alan McGee, head of Creation Records, the band had enough songs written for a full-length album. Slowdive actually did not. The group hurriedly began writing songs in the studio, experimenting with sounds and cannabis during the process. This eventually leads to their debut album Just for a Day, released in 1991.

Slowdive

Just for a Day

Music On Vinyl
Album artwork for Just for a Day by Slowdive
LP

$39.99

180 Gram Vinyl

Black
Released 02/09/2014Catalog Number

MOVLP354

Album artwork for Just for a Day by Slowdive
LP +

$37.99

180-gram vinyl. Individually numbered.

Flaming Orange

Limited to 4000 copies
Released 07/24/2020Catalog Number

MOVL2016002.1

Slowdive

Just for a Day

Music On Vinyl
Album artwork for Just for a Day by Slowdive
LP

$39.99

180 Gram Vinyl

Black
Released 02/09/2014Catalog Number

MOVLP354

Album artwork for Just for a Day by Slowdive
LP +

$37.99

180-gram vinyl. Individually numbered.

Flaming Orange

Limited to 4000 copies
Released 07/24/2020Catalog Number

MOVL2016002.1

The English shoegaze band Slowdive formed in 1989 and consisted of Nick Chaplin (bass), Rachel Goswell (vocals, guitar), Christian Savill (guitar), Simon Scott (drums), and the band's primary songwriter Neil Halstead (vocals, guitar). The production on Slowdive's debut commenced shortly after Halstead convinced Alan McGee, head of Creation Records, the band had enough songs written for a full-length album. Slowdive actually did not. The group hurriedly began writing songs in the studio, experimenting with sounds and cannabis during the process. This eventually leads to their debut album Just for a Day, released in 1991.