Sainsbury's has confirmed that it will stock vinyl at 171 stores across the country.
The venture kicks off on March 21st, and it set to include a mixture of new, modern releases and some classic fare.
The range will feature Adele's '25', alongside the likes of The Beatles' 'Abbey Road', Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours', Bob Marley's 'Legend', and 'Back To Black' by Amy Winehouse.
Vinyl will be stocked at 171 stores across the country, with Sainsbury's planning to compliment the launch by stocking Crosley Cruiser Turntable in-store.
Pete Selby, Sainsbury’s Head of Music and Books said: "There is an enduring love for this format with music fans and we’re delighted to offer an ongoing selection of titles for everyone, from contemporary releases to much-loved classics. Our customers have rich, varied tastes and our range will naturally reflect this."
"We don’t see this as a novelty gifting fad but a complimentary part of our existing music offer with a long term future in our stores. Vinyl is definitely experiencing a revival with demand growing stronger year on year. It is our aim to make the vinyl experience easy and pleasurable for our customers who are ready to re-engage with a format that resonates with them on an emotional level".