The Crown/Coma Released Today!

The Exhibition’s debut double A-side single The Crown/Coma is released today through Of National importance Records. Available on ltd ed 7″ vinyl with a free 4-track CD, including Lingua Franca and Balancing Act, copies are available from our shop now with the option of receiving free mp3s of the tracks today. You can also order digital copies of the single from all the major download retailers for as little as 125p and find the tracks on subscription services including Spotify and Napster. Physical copies are available from the following outlets:

Norman Records Leeds
Thee Sheffield Phonographic Corporation Sheffield
One Up Aberdeen
Banquet Records Kingston Upon Thames
Reflex Records Newcastle
Of National Importance Records Barnsley

Digital Download at:

Itunes | | Emusic | Tesco Digital | TuneTribe

You can listen to The Crown/Coma, in full for the time, below:

This month, we’ll also be announcing details of a free download EP from Sheffield artist Breaking Tables and our first Compilation album; Things That Aren’t There.

Many thanks to everyone that came down to last Fridays single launch at Lucorum, especially to Cocean, Goldsoul and Breaking Tables.

Photograph by Joshua Porter


“The Crown is one of those songs that begins quite understated before swelling into something monumental. It’s a huge grower… In short, all the ingredients are there, and The Exhibition deserve to be huge.”
9/10 Whisperin And Hollerin

“What we are witnessing is a band beginning to fire on all cylinders. God help us all.”
8/10 Tasty Fanzine

“Genre-spanning alt.pop…The Exhibition are definitely well worth checking out if you like your guitar bands a little bit quirky and with serious musical talent involved.”
8/10 Sugar The Pill

“There is much to be admired on this debut from this Barnsley four-piece. Some nice guitar breaks and powerful drumming add to the sense of impending doom that pervades this excellent double A-sided slice of downbeat prog”
The Music Fix

“As pure a piece of indie powered-pop as you could wish to hear”
4/5 The Beat Surrender

“So infectious, so well constructed, I’m already beginning to think The Exhibition are worth inking into your 2010 must listen list”
4/5 Manchester Music

“Unashamedly progressive, a startling indicator of how far the group have come in such a short while. Its awkward 5/4 time signature fits the track perfectly, the watertight rhythm section driving it”
Music Fans Mic

“Barnsley Natives ‘the exhibition’ certainly pack a punch that cannot go unnoticed with this entrancing double ‘A’ side Single release”
8.5/10 Glen Reviews

“Attitude shines throughout, fantastically embedded within a tease of something tantalisingly darker; fast becoming their noticeable trademark”
Live Music Scene

“A sense of entertainment and a knack for being able to marry the up and down beat… you can imagine a full dancefloor or mosh pit reveling in these melancholic asides”
God Is In The TV

“This single is an absolute gem by any standards”
Sheffield Scenester

“Simply Put, nothing short of anthemic”
Sheffield Music Scene

The Exhibition have everything they need and combined with such a memorable single, I won’t be long until they seduce the top play-lists of 2010.”
Jukebox Music

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