Record enthusiasts have been finding ways to be creative with records. Jack White‘s Third Man Records has been a leader, innovating everything from 3 rpm records to releasing 1000 limited-edition flexi-discs in helium balloons, set free in the air.
But the latest creative record doesn’t come from White. It comes from Swedish band Shout Out Louds, who have released the world’s first ice record. Since it’d be pretty difficult to sell a block of ice that wouldn’t melt, the record has to be made by the listener in a special mold, shown in the video below. There were only 10 kits made, and Merge is giving one away.
The song, aptly titled “Blue Ice,” is from the band’s forthcoming album, out early next year.
Check out the new track (and the video about how the record is made) below, and enter to win a 7″ kit here.