Published Jul 25, 2019This September will mark 25 years since the Tragically Hip released Day for Night, and to mark the occasion, the band have announced plans to give their fourth studio album the reissue treatment.
Two new vinyl editions of the album will arrive September 27 through Universal, three days past the album's original release date of September 24, 1994.
One version will see the album pressed on two silver-coloured LPs, while a second version arriving on black wax will be given the half-speed mastering treatment at Abbey Road Studios by Miles Showell.
The latter vinyl version, which also features alternate artwork, marks the first release by a Canadian band in the label's series of Abbey Road half-speed mastered releases.
Both versions are now available to pre-order through the band's online store.
Earlier this year, late Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie received the 2019 Allan Slaight Humanitarian Spirit Award.
Find out where Day for Night ranks in our Essential Guide to the Tragically Hip.