Both of Earl Sweatshirt‘s first two albums—2013’s Doris and this year’s I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside—are getting vinyl pressings on December 11 via Tan Cressida/Columbia. Each comes with new album artwork. Find the new I Don’t Like Shit art above and the Doris cover below.
If you order I Don’t Like Shit via Vinyl Me, Please, you’ll receive limited edition clear vinyl with blue marbling.
Read our interview with Earl Sweatshirt. Watch him on an episode of Pitchfork.tv’s “Over/Under”:
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