No Devotion released their second single/EP, 10,000 Summers, three months after releasing their first material, the Stay b/w Eye Shadow single. 10,000 Summers was also released by Geoff Rickley’s label, Collect Records.
The 12″ single was pressed on three different colors, with the total pressing coming out to 3,000 copies. First there is black & white which was limited to 500 copies and was initially listed as a ” Collect Records pre-order exclusive,” but they are still available after the single/EP’s release, likely due to the fact that it didn’t sell out. It has since obviously changed to simply a Collect Records exclusive. Next up is Lilac, which is limited to 1,000 copies and is also mostly exclusive to Collect Records, but it’s explicitly listed as such in their webstore. Last is black vinyl, which is limited to 1500 copies; a variant nobody knew existed until they were surprised to get it after buying it (myself included). Black copies went out to retail stores and Amazon (I know from first hand experience that Amazon is not the only online retailer to receive black copies, so black is not exclusive to anywhere) , with 400 of the 1,500 copies being held back for the No Devotion Singles Box Set that has yet to be officially released (Jan. 5) although many indie record stores put these out already and some distros are even sending out mail orders for them.