The four secret tracks will feature on a single release via Jack White’s record label, Third Man Records, and Record Store Day.
Olivia Rodrigo has revealed that the four “secret” tracks from her second album, GUTS, will be released as a Record Store Day Black Friday exclusive on 24 November.
In case you missed it, following the release of GUTS on 8 September, fans were quick to notice that the limited-edition vinyl pressings featured secret tracks, leading some listeners to pick up all four limited-edition vinyl LPs to hear each secret song.
Each of the limited-edition vinyl pressings of GUTS arrived with a hidden song that plays after Teenage Dream — the final song on the standard album.
The hidden songs are Obsessed (found on the red vinyl), Scared of My Guitar (white), Stranger (blue), and Girl I’ve Always Been (purple).
As of 24 November, those four tracks will feature on a single release via Jack White’s record label, Third Man Records, and Record Store Day: a purple limited-edition vinyl with an etched butterfly on the disc.
“all 4 secret tracks from GUTS are coming to vinyl pressed exclusively by Third Man Pressing for a limited drop on Record Store Day Black Friday,” Rodrigo wrote on Instagram this morning (19 October). “I’m a big Third Man Records fan and I’m so stoked to have my songs on their vinyl!!! also here’s a pic of me giving jack a haircut backstage at the Brooklyn Steel lolol”.
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The Record Store Day Facebook page posted, “GUTS: the secret tracks from Olivia Rodrigo includes the four hidden tracks originally found on the G, U, T, S vinyl. Pressed on limited edition opaque deep purple vinyl and etched with a butterfly at Third Man Pressing.”
You can find a copy of GUTS: the secret tracks via the Record Store Day website.
In a press release for the latest album, Rodrigo shared: “For me, this album is about growing pains and trying to figure out who I am at this point in my life.
“I feel like I grew 10 years between the ages of 18 and 20—it was such an intense period of awkwardness and change. I think that’s all just a natural part of growth, and hopefully, the album reflects that.”