The National celebrates 20 years with remastered physicals of early projects - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

20 years out from its release, The National is reissuing physical copies of their debut self-titled, along with their 2003 Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers and 2004 Cherry Tree EP. 

All three of the early projects have been remastered At Abbey Road Studios, and the band said via Instagram that the projects “stay faithful to the original artwork.” The celebratory reissues will arrive in a variety of physical forms, including colored vinyl and CDs, on February 26, 2021, and are available for preorder here.

Earlier this year, frontperson Matt Berninger was featured on Bandcamp’s Good Music benefit project with a cover of The Cure’s “In Between Days,” and also released his debut solo record Serpentine Prison. Although their tour which featured support from Lucy Dacus, Julia Jacklin, and Sharon Van Etten, was rescheduled for 2021 due to COVID, the latter of 2020 saw a productive Berninger and will carry over into the new year that marks their 20 year anniversary.

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