Having already had Ireland's fastest-selling vinyl album of 2020 with their second album A Hero’s Death, Fontaines D.C. are set to release Live at Kilmainham Gaol as part of this year’s Record Store Day on June 12th.

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The new album from the recent Grammy Award nominees is from their Other Voices session last July at the historic Dublin landmark and features tracks from their latest EP and debut Dogrel and is pressed on 180g heavyweight black vinyl with gatefold.

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An essay penned by Dublin historian Donal Fallon will feature on the back cover and the album includes an exclusive poster.

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U2, The Cranberries, Roisin Murphy, and Sinéad O’Connor are also among the many Irish acts releasing limited edition vinyl for Record Store Day 2021 which will see 539 exclusive limited-edition vinyl products go on sale in record shops across the globe.

43 shops across Ireland will stock the rarities, ranging from first time ever vinyl pressings, live albums, and remix collections.

Westmeath group The Academic will release their Number 1 debut album Tales From The Backseat as a limited edition yellow vinyl repress, while Northern Irish rock band Ash will release BBC Sessions 1994-1999, a hot pink vinyl 1,000 limited edition of 12 never-before-released radio performances.

The Cranberries

The Cranberries' retrospective Stars: The Best oof 1992–2002 is being pressed on vinyl for the first time ever.

Roisin Murphy will release remix collection Crooked Machine, which features alternative versions of nine songs from her recent acclaimed album, Roisin Murphy, on double black vinyl.

Blues legend Rory Gallagher released Cleveland Calling as part of Record Store Day 2020, and the follow-up Cleveland Calling Pt. 2 will be available this year.

Rory Gallagher 

Sinéad O’Connor, who publishes her autobiography and releases a new studio album later this year, releases Live in Rotterdam EP, a 12" four-track collection which includes a live rendition of Nothing Compares 2.

Northern Irish hard rock group Therapy? are reissuing their third studio album Nurse on red vinyl. The album was their major label debut record and saw them move to a more industrial sound and spawned the hit single Teethgrinder.

U2 had one of RSD 2020’s most popular vinyl singles in Tick Tock Clock, and this year’s it’s the turn of their 1981 single Fire to get the reissue treatment. Available on picture disc for the first time, Fire will be joined by its original B-side J Swallow, and two live versions of Fire.