Oklahoma born country singer Zach Bryan’s new album American Heartbreak dropped this week, but fans will have to wait to hear it on vinyl.
While American Heartbreak is available to stream, fans will have to wait till next year to hear it played on vinyl.
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Zach Bryan’s new album American Heartbreak drops
American Heartbreak is county artist Zach Bryan’s debut studio record but is his third album overall.
As fans will know, it follows his 2019 album DeAnn and 2020 release Elisabeth.
Bryan’s latest project features 34 songs in total. While sharing the tracklist for the release in March, the singer revealed the 30+ songs explore everything from “pain, laughter, humility, love and honesty.”
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Fans will have to wait until 2023 to hear Zach Bryan’s American Heartbreak on vinyl
Zach Bryan announced the American Heartbreak album would also be available on vinyl last month as he shared a link to his merch site.
The album vinyl is currently available to pre-order, but it will not be released for shipping until March next year.
While announcing the vinyl drop on Twitter, Bryan apologised for the delay with the release as he admitted getting them made was a “nightmare”:
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Some are happy to wait for the vinyl
While some fans are eager to listen to the album on vinyl, others have said they are happy to wait for the record edition of Zach Bryan’s new release: