Don’t scratch, do sniff!
The original Call Me by Your Name soundtrack is out on vinyl this summer with a limited edition evoking the film’s infamous peach scene.
Issued by Music on Vinyl and set for an August 3 release, the Limited Peach Season Edition will feature peach-colored vinyl and a peach-scented sleeve, Pitchfork reports. The double-LP will also include a poster, insert, and exclusive innersleeves.
Spin those peachy records right ’round, baby, and inhale sweet visions of Oscar nominee Timothée Chalamet as Elio, a 17-year-old student who falls for his father’s 24-year-old intern, Oliver (Armie Hammer), in the Italian countryside.
It was originally reported that the special edition would be limited to 7,777 numbered copies, but Music on Vinyl appears to have increased production to 14,999, available “only in Peach Harvest season.”
The RuPaul-approved movie’s soundtrack includes two original songs by Sufjan Stevens, “Visions of Gideon” and Oscar-nominated “Mystery of Love.” Other featured artists include Ryuichi Sakamoto, Giorgio Moroder, and the Psychedelic Furs.