Well, at least we know it's incoming...

A new 12 inch from Burial was mistakenly sold early by a Toronto record shop.

Sonic Boom Records in Toronto received five copies of the record in a batch meant for Black Friday, marked only ‘artist/title’.

Unaware that the 12 wasn’t supposed to go on sale, the disc promptly went on the racks – far ahead of its (as yet unannounced) release date.

The 12 inch contains new tracks ‘Young Death’ and ‘Nightmarket’, with the material representing Burial’s first solo foray on Hyperdub since 2013’s ‘Rival Dealer’.

Pitchfork reports that Hyperdub almost immediately voiced their displeasure with the shop, while a Discogs page has already been set up and bears the catalogue number HDB100.

Related: Untrue - An Archive Interview With Burial

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