New Shop Additions – Heavenly 25 Yearbook & Turntable Tote

Yearbook cover

To go with our Heavenly 25 exhibition of portraits by Brian David Stevens at Rough Trade East we have created these Heavenly 25 yearbooks, in association with Fred Perry, which celebrate the label’s current roster.

The booklets feature all the portraits from the exhibition printed on high quality paper and are available for the price of postage from our Bandcamp page here.

Yearbook 1

Also available are our brand new ‘Turntable Totes’, featuring an illustration by Hugh Cowling, who is also responsible for our Letterpressed prints.

The new design features a stack of Heavenly LPs on top of a record deck with a Heavenly 25 logo and is printed onto a 100% cotton, ethically produced Tote Bag.

Pick one up here.

Turntable Tote

Caught by the River Social Club at Bush Hall

CBTR Bush Hall

What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than by filling it with music, film, talks and poetry courtesy of Caught by the River and friends at the lovely Bush Hall.

The line-up will include Darren Hayman presenting his brand new ‘Thankful Villages’ project, a very special rare performance from July SkiesRichard Skelton in conversation with Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood, Poetry from Faber New Poet Will Burns and Martha Sprackland and DJ Frances Castle.

More information and tickets available here.

Heavenly 25 in Paris with Agnes B

Agnes B

On October the 2nd we’ll be taking our Heavenly 25 celebrations to Paris for a very special show in association with agnès b. at Café De la Danse.

We’re excited to be showcasing three of our bands, TOY, Stealing Sheep and Eaves.

More information and tickets can be found here:

Stealing Sheep’s Mythopoeia III: Legs at The Kazimier


On the 28th of November at The Kazimier in Liverpool, Stealing Sheep will be curating a line-up along with Ulysses, and performing their ‘Legs’ show for what is sure to be a truly bizarre and spectacular night.

The line-up so far includes the likes of Bathymetry, Crystal Massage (visuals), Deep Throat Choir, Dutch Uncles, Faux Queens, JOEY FOURR, Landshapes, Midnight Chardonnay, Nadine Carina and of course Stealing Sheep themselves.

This is definitely not to be missed, as it will be the last time Stealing Sheep curate an event at The Kazimier before it will sadly close it’s doors at the end of the year.

More information can be found here.

Check out Stealing Sheep’s Tour Dates here.

Social Fundraiser (Save The Children – Child Refugee Crisis Appeal)

PF Social

On Tuesday the 22nd of September, The Social will be putting on a very special fundraiser for a very important cause – to raise money for the Save The Children charity.

The line-up includes DJ sets from the likes of Kevin Rowland (Dexy’s), Andrew Weatherall, Joe Goddard of Hot Chip and Jeremy Deller and talks from Caitlin Moran, Viv Albertine, John Niven, Pete Brown and more.

Tickets are available here for £10, with all proceeds going to charity of course, and there’ll be loads more opportunities to donate on the night, including a raffle with Heavenly goody bag prizes:

1st prize includes: Extremely limited Record Store Day 7×7 boxset, Rough Trade Shops Heavenly 25 compilation CD, Poster, Kid Wave 7″, Hooton Tennis Club 7″, Eaves deluxe LP, Gwenno CD, H.Hawkline cassette, Sweatshirt and a Tote Bag

Runner up prize includes: Rough Trade Shops Heavenly 25 compilation CD, Poster, Kid Wave 7″, Hooton Tennis Club 7″, Eaves deluxe CD, H.Hawkline cassette, T shirt and a Tote​ Bag

More information about the fundraiser is available here, we hope to see you there.

Caught by the Rivers ‘Rivertones’ audio imprint is now on Bandcamp


Were delighted that Caught by the Rivers audio imprint now features on Heavenly Bandcamp’s page.

Featuring three releases:

Under Dubwood - Rivertones

Rivertones 1 – ‘Under Dubwood / River Theme’ 7″

The Sea Road - Rivertones

Rivertones 2The Sea Road

At Hawthorn Time - Rivertones

Rivertones 3At Hawkthorn Time

For all the latest information on Rivertones, check out the Caught by the River website here.  

Gwenno Wins The Welsh Language Album Of The Year Award

Gwenno WAOTY

Following the wide spread critical acclaim of her debut album ‘Y Dydd Olaf’ we’re pleased to announce that Gwenno was awarded Welsh language ‘Album of the Year’ at the annual Eisteddfod festival.

A celebration of all things Welsh, the special event hosted at Caffi Maes B over the weekend saw Gwenno pick up the award. On winning she says:

I think that celebrating the fact that so many Welsh albums have been released this year is important, it doesn’t really matter who the winner is because no one piece of music is better than the other. So I’d like to say a huge congratulations to all those who have managed to create an album this year, and cheers to the Eisteddfod for acknowledging contemporary music — here’s to DIY!”

Read more about the annual event & other nominations here.

Purchase ‘Y Dydd Olaf’ here.


Gwenno picking up her award // photo by Huw Stephens

Next weekend Gwenno will be playing Greenman Fetsival as well hosting a an ‘in conversation’ with Super Furry Animals frontman Gruff Rhys.

Plus, this Autumn Gwenno heads on a co-headline ‘Heavenly 25′ tour with H.Hawkline.



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