Black Tambourine album out now on Slumberland Records features a button on the cover

What better way is there to express a band logo on a record cover than a one-inch button on a jean jacket?

Here you see the Black Tambourine album out on Slumberland.  It’s a release including all the early 1990s twee jams, plus six previously unreleased tracks in a unified collection here.

Black Tambourine absorbs shoegazer cues from Jesus and Mary Chain with the enormity of the Phil Spector wall of sound to create a dreamy resonance that influences contemporary east coast bands to this day, like the Vivian Girls, Crystal Stilts, and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.

Grab the reissue on vinyl here from Slumberland here, where you’ll notice the record cover is a matte finish and the button is shiny!  Who makes the Black Tambourine buttons?  Click here to find out.