Album artwork for The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Remaster) by The Raincoats
Album artwork for The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Remaster) by The Raincoats

“Within a minute, they seem to have trashed every female stereotype in rock and roll… I was amazed” – Greil Marcus, ‘Rolling Stone’ 1980.

The Raincoats, seminal post-punk band, ‘godmothers of grunge’ and inspiration to a generation of riot grrrls, formed in the late 1970s when Gina Birch met Ana da Silva, becoming one of the most important underground bands Britain has ever produced. Ana and Gina, along with the various musicians who flowed in and out of the band’s many formations, created a sound that, while inspired by punk and rock music that had come before, was uniquely and uncompromisingly powerful and female, and which has held a fascination over all those lucky enough to have stumbled across it. – Nazmia Jamal

The Raincoats

The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Remaster)

Kill Rock Stars
Album artwork for The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Remaster) by The Raincoats
LP+

$23.99

Indie Exclusive

Opaque Yellow and Red Swirl

Released 03/18/2022Catalogue Number

LP-KRS-658LE

Album artwork for The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Remaster) by The Raincoats
LP

$23.99

Black
Released 03/18/2022Catalogue Number

LP-KRS-658

The Raincoats

The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Remaster)

Kill Rock Stars
Album artwork for The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Remaster) by The Raincoats
LP+

$23.99

Indie Exclusive

Opaque Yellow and Red Swirl

Released 03/18/2022Catalogue Number

LP-KRS-658LE

Album artwork for The Raincoats (40th Anniversary Remaster) by The Raincoats
LP

$23.99

Black
Released 03/18/2022Catalogue Number

LP-KRS-658

“Within a minute, they seem to have trashed every female stereotype in rock and roll… I was amazed” – Greil Marcus, ‘Rolling Stone’ 1980.

The Raincoats, seminal post-punk band, ‘godmothers of grunge’ and inspiration to a generation of riot grrrls, formed in the late 1970s when Gina Birch met Ana da Silva, becoming one of the most important underground bands Britain has ever produced. Ana and Gina, along with the various musicians who flowed in and out of the band’s many formations, created a sound that, while inspired by punk and rock music that had come before, was uniquely and uncompromisingly powerful and female, and which has held a fascination over all those lucky enough to have stumbled across it. – Nazmia Jamal