A Canadian punk band’s music is pressed on Beyonce’s Lemonade vinyl by accident
Some Beyonce fans had a (noisy) surprise when they picked up a vinyl copy of her Lemonade album.
The US singer’s music was missing from a small number of copies of the record and had been replaced with a punk band instead.
Five songs from Canadian group Zex had been pressed by mistake on to the first side of a limited edition yellow vinyl.
Fans expecting to hear Hold Up instead got songs by Zex, such as Child Soldier and Let Them In.
A statement from Beyonce’s record label blamed the vinyl problems on “human error” at a pressing plant in Germany.
“Beyonce and ZEX were not aware of or responsible for the mispress,” said Columbia Records.
“Fans who purchased the vinyl will be refunded and given a replacement copy.
“We apologise for the inconvenience this has caused.”
In a post on her Instagram account, Zex frontwoman Gretchen Steel said she hoped it wasn’t a misprint and that Beyonce was just a fan of their music.
Beyonce hasn’t commented on the misprint, but Zex posted a video of the vinyl playing their music on Facebook.
“Those of you who got the new Beyonce record Lemonade may be surprised to hear what will be playing on the A-side,” they wrote.
Their fans are desperate to get hold of an incorrect copy, saying they’ll be worth a lot of money in the future.
Zex are a four-piece band who formed in 2013.
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