Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells

Sisters is the seminal 1984 album from Scottish pop band The Bluebells. The only "proper" full-length album released by the band during their short career. What can you say about Sisters that hasn't been said already? Well what about "Now featuring 2 bonus songs produced by Elvis Costello"? That's not been said before for sure.

The band were never perfectly happy with the version of Everybody's Somebodys Fool which opens the album and have thus chosen to replace this with a different (more Bluebells) version and for the first time - the Elvis Costello produced Aim In Life and Some Sweet Day.

The album features new liner notes and some updated art - whilst remaining your favourite sister of all.

The Bluebells

Sisters

Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells
LP+

£24.99

LP+++++++

Pink
Released 04/03/2022Catalogue Number

PNFG01P

Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells
LP+

£21.99

LP+++

Transparent Green.

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 75 copies
Released 27/11/2020Catalogue Number

PNFG01G

Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells
LP

£22.99

Purple
Released 19/03/2021Catalogue Number

PNFG01PP

Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells
LP+

£22.99

Picture Disc

Released 16/12/2022Catalogue Number

LNFG01PD

The Bluebells

Sisters

Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells
LP+

£24.99

LP+++++++

Pink
Released 04/03/2022Catalogue Number

PNFG01P

Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells
LP+

£21.99

LP+++

Transparent Green.

Rough Trade Exclusive
Limited to 75 copies
Released 27/11/2020Catalogue Number

PNFG01G

Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells
LP

£22.99

Purple
Released 19/03/2021Catalogue Number

PNFG01PP

Album artwork for Sisters by The Bluebells
LP+

£22.99

Picture Disc

Released 16/12/2022Catalogue Number

LNFG01PD

Sisters is the seminal 1984 album from Scottish pop band The Bluebells. The only "proper" full-length album released by the band during their short career. What can you say about Sisters that hasn't been said already? Well what about "Now featuring 2 bonus songs produced by Elvis Costello"? That's not been said before for sure.

The band were never perfectly happy with the version of Everybody's Somebodys Fool which opens the album and have thus chosen to replace this with a different (more Bluebells) version and for the first time - the Elvis Costello produced Aim In Life and Some Sweet Day.

The album features new liner notes and some updated art - whilst remaining your favourite sister of all.