The Districts to release debut album ‘Telephone’ on vinyl

By on June 8, 2016

The Districts, the Lititz-born indie rock band featuring three Warwick High School graduates, will release its debut album, “Telephone,” on vinyl. It will be available July 8.

The album, which was originally released in 2012, according to WXPN’s The Key, will be available on vinyl. The Districts made the announcement Wednesday on its Facebook page.

“These songs are the roots of our band and we felt it was time to give this album back to our fans, many who have been there since they heard this album four years ago,” The Districts wrote in the post.

The band will perform an in-store show at Creep Records in Philadelphia, where 300 exclusive clear vinyl copies of “Telephone” will be available. Black vinyl copies of the album will be available worldwide.

The entire album did not fit on the vinyl copy, the band notes, but a download card for the omitted songs will be included in each vinyl copy.

The track list for “Telephone” includes: Lyla, Where We Started, Long Distance, Funeral Beds, Sleepy Song Pt. 2, Telephone, Silver Couplets, 4&4, and Wrung Out and Hanging (On West Coast).

Songs available on digital download are: Piano Song, Call Box, Sing Me Sweetly, and Take Me Home.

For more information, visit facebook.com/thedistrictsband.

Janelle Janci is a staff writer for LNP.

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