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City And Colour Launches Own Imprint Under Dine Alone Records

City and Colour aka Dallas Green has launched a new label called Still Records, an imprint of Dine Alone Records, and has a 21-track acoustic concert album scheduled for release on Oct. 5.

City And Colour Launches Own Imprint Under Dine Alone Records

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City and Colour aka Dallas Green has launched a new label called Still Records, an imprint of Dine Alone Records.


The first, official release is a live, 21-track C&C album, entitled Guide Me Back Home that is set to be released digitally on October 5 with CD and vinyl formats available November 23. The album was recorded during 2017’s sold-out “An Evening with City and Colour - Solo” Canadian tour where Green performed stripped-down iterations of his song catalogue.

The tour covered 25 cities coast-to-coast with Green working with Plus1 to collect $1 from each ticket sold during the trip to benefit MusiCounts. In the same spirit, $1 from the sale of each Guide Me Back Home album worldwide will be donated to MusiCounts. Collection 1 featuring 3 songs from the release is available on DSPs today here. Fans can pre-order the LP and CD versions of the album as of Friday, September 21 here.

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Green says of the new release: “It’s more than just a live record to me. It is my love letter to Canada.”  

Along with a digital release, a unique 3xLP vinyl set will be available, housed in a triple gatefold jacket and featuring the photography of Vanessa Heins and a handwritten note from Green about the tour. Fans will have the option to purchase the record in limited edition colour variants. The official artist store will feature a limited-edition colour variant in bone and orange swirl, limited to 1800 copies and exclusive to the City and Colour webstore. Two additional limited colour vinyl options will be available from Dine Alone Records and select retailers worldwide. A standard edition black will be widely available as well. Fans who pre-order the vinyl HERE will also receive a digital download effective Oct. 5.

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