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The new single is available to buy online from the Yield Recordings site. Some of our releases are sold out in the shops but we may still have copies of them. If you can't find them or live overseas we can post them to you. If you can find them in the shops you might want to buy them that way, we have to add postage and packaging. If you are lucky enough to live in Glasgow, Monorail records is a good bet.

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Cover of The Only Stars 7" by National Park

The Only Stars, 7" single, Out Now

In stock (August 8th '06), direct from us via Yield. Buy Online Now.

Emerging from our cave to produce this Velvets/ Beat Happening inspired clatter of medieval-folk-drone pop. Exciting additions to the band on this recording are: the amazing jazz-outsider Bill Wells (piano) and Sarah Martin (flute) and Mick Cooke (horn) from Belle and Sebastian. B-side: La Solara.
Listen to the track here on our Bandcamp.

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Also available from National Park bandcamp.

r of Secret Songs, Cover of Crunk Into Up Vol. 3 compilation, Japan. Featuring National Park track, The Only Stars

Crunk into up, Japanese compilation

LD & K Records, Japan 156-LDKCD

National park doing The Only Stars is on the third volume of crunk, alongside Scatter, Lucky Luke, Music and Movement, Cari Anderson and more.

Liner notes by Gerry Love and Stevie Jackson, available from Amazon Japan.

Original cover of Secret Songs, National Park 7" single on Background Frequencies, Australia

Secret Songs 7"

Background Frequencies Freq 002

You do need darkness. Released June 2003, Secret Songs is the Park's latest psychogeographical piece.

On 7" vinyl with a live pre-lyric thump of No More Rides as the other side. E-mail, using our contact form, for details.

"Sparse, tingly and open, it breathes like a well-behaved cactus."
BYRON COLEY, The Wire, magazine.

Promo cover of Geographic compilation, featuring National Park track, No More Rides

No More Rides Compilation UK/Rest of world

Geographic/Domino GEOG12CDP

Geographic compilation for the world other than Japan. This one has an extra track by Nagisa Ni Te. In addition to National Park other bands featured are: Barbara Morgenstern, Empress, Directorsound and Jim and William Reid (under the guise of Sister Vanilla) and more (see below).

The promo cover is pictured.

Get it on iTunes.

National Park - You Don't Need Darkness to Do What You Think Is Right - No More Rides

Cover of Japanese version of Geographic compilation, featuring National Park track, No More Rides (studio version)

No More Rides Compilation CD track

Trattoria/Polystar PSCR-5992 menu 239

From Geographic Records compilation CD You don't need darkness to do what you think is right released on Trattoria/Polystar from September 12 2001 in Japan and elsewhere on Domino/Geographic from the end of the year. It's in pretty good company alongside: The Pastels, Kevin Shields, Bill Wells, Future Pilot AKA, Telstar Ponies, Maher Shalal Hash Baz, Appendix Out, International Airport and more. Features the studio version of 'No More Rides'.

Get it on iTunes.

National Park - You Don't Need Darkness to Do What You Think Is Right - No More Rides

Cover of split single with Future Pilot AKA, featuring National Park track, Norman Dolph's Money

Norman Dolph's Money 7"

Earworm Records WORM SS4

Probably the nearest we'll ever get to a party record. If there'd been a version of Green Onions on the Faust Tapes it might have sounded a bit like this. Furthers the apocryphal myth that Norman Dolph was a shoe salesmen who paid for the Velvet Underground's Banana album.

Cover of Great Western, 10" single. First single by National Park

Great Western 10"

Earworm Records WORM 30

"New comer from UK. I heard they even played with Belle & Sebastian. Reminds me Galaxie 500~Yo La Tengo, but more sentiment. Talk about the sound, the majority of songs in the record are instrumental, with the sense of acid rock. Comfortable!"

KOYABASHI, Beikoku-Ongaku Magazine, Japan.

Available from us via amazon.co.uk.

Cover of Future Pilot AKA vs A Galaxy of Sound, featuring National Park track, Sterling

Sterling LP track

Sulphur SULCD001 (Beggars)

The second of two tracks recorded with "the Pilot" after Sterling Morrison's death and we offer this in tribute. Scott's piano playing on this is truly celestial. In another collaboration I passed my test first time with Sushil's driving school, Autopilot last year.