December 10 street date. Rough Trade Records are giddy - well, obviously! - to announce the release of the 15th anniversary edition of The Long Blondes debut album, the acclaimed ‘Someone To Drive You Home’. Originally released in November 2006 and produced by Pulp member Steve Mackey, this will come as a limited edition, double gatefold LP. Pressed on to red and yellow vinyl to mirror the album's artwork - a picture of actress Faye Dunaway also painted by Jackson - the edition will feature the original record, plus 11 additional tracks that the band used on B-sides. The home of a host of indie disco classics with its noir atmospheres and vivid storytelling - qualities that saw the record inspire recent, generation-capturing movie "Giddy Stratospheres" which takes its name from The Long Blondes' iconic single - the Sheffield band's first album managed that rare trick of capturing the 2000s zeitgeist while leaving a timeless artistic mark for the ages.