Farfetch.com is an online market place for independent fashion boutiques and to celebrate Record Store Day the website has teamed up with several independent labels to launch Playlist, an online pop up store. For three weeks the labels will be selling limited edition records and merchandise via Far Fetch giving fans unable to get to a participating record store a chance to buy some of the exclusives.

Far Fetch have also teamed up with the band S.C.U.M. to make the following video to promote the Playlist project which features footage of the band playing live in their home town. And we'll be covering the first of the free, but by application only, gigs tonight to interview the band and take a proper look at the film work they've been getting up to. All in all a rather interesting endeavour, watch out for our coverage in the coming days!

All clothes featured in the video are available to buy at www.farfetch.com, where you can apply for tickets to the future gigs/showcases as well as looking out for the limited edition Record Store Day releases in the very near future.

More info about the band in the meantime; S.C.U.M first took to the stages of East London clubs in 2008 and are sometimes branded as the 'little Horrors' due to bassist Huw Webb's sibling connection to Rhys Webb of (unsurprisingly) The Horrors, but more strikingly because of their musical origins and live shows reputations. Since releasing their debut single Visions Arise, the band have toured extensively across the UK and Europe to a growing fan base and released three exclusive digital download tracks called SIGNALS. Chosen by Portishead to perform at the ATP I'll Be Your Mirror festival that they curated in July 2011 at London's Alexandra Palace, S.C.U.M subsequently released Amber Hands on Mute Records.