The Twilight Sad to Release Expanded Edition of 'Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters'

The Twilight Sad to Release Expanded Edition of 'Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters'
The Twilight Sad haven't quite given us an idea as to when they'll follow up last year's No One Can Ever Know or its remix set, but the anthemic Scottish indie rock unit will soon be dusting off their debut release for a new reissue.

First released in 2007, the Glasgow group's Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters will be getting a deluxe release via FatCat next spring as part of Record Store Day (April 19), the band confirmed over Facebook.

Vocalist James Graham explained that the record has been unavailable on vinyl for a few years and that talks with FatCat led to the decision to package the LP with additional demos and bonus material. A tracklisting has yet to appear for the expanded edition.

"We're very proud of our debut album," Graham wrote. "I've said this many times before but you only get one chance at making your 1st Album and whilst ours didn't set the world on fire or sell hundreds of thousands of copies, I think it's a special record that means a lot to the people who have discovered it."

To celebrate the reissue, the Twilight Sad have booked a series of spring dates over in the UK where they will play Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters in its entirety. You can find out the show specifics over here.