Young Knives and Little Fish headline Truck's Record Store Day

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Young Knives, who recently released their third album, headline at Truck Store

Young Knives, Little Fish and Adam Barnes are set to play Truck Store in Oxford to celebrate Record Store Day.

The event is part of an international campaign aimed at encouraging people to support their local record shops.

This year Gorillaz, The Beach Boys and Radiohead are putting out exclusive releases only available in the shops.

Adam Barnes said: "It's great to be involved with something that's supporting our only independent record store in Oxford.

"I'm really excited to have been asked to play and to be the first act on, opening up two days of unbelievable artists."

Truck Store was opened on the Cowley Road in February by Rapture Entertainment in Witney and the organisers behind Truck Festival.

The full stage times are as follows:

Saturday 16 April

2100 Young Knives

1930 Spring Offensive

1830 Half Rabbits

1730 Phantom Theory

1600 Nathaniel Rateliff

1500 Sophie Barker

1400 Adam Barnes

Sunday 17 April

2000 Little Fish

1900 Special guests

1730 Richard Walters

1630 Cat Matador

1530 Message to bears

1430 Good things happen in bad towns

Exclusive records from participating artists will be available when Truck Store opens at 0900 BST Saturday 16 April.

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