The owner of an independent record store business has given customers a "sneak peek" of his new store ahead of opening day.

Slipped Discs, founded in 2020 by James Anderson, will officially begin trading in Shoreham High Street on April 6.

The shop will be the business's second branch, with its first opening in Steyning High Street in 2022 after relocating from a small business unit "shed" in the nearby Cobblestone Walk.

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Ahead of opening, owner James Anderson, from Steyning, told The Argus he is excited to welcome the community after spending months getting the store ready.

The Argus: James first founded Slipped Discs in 2020

James, 38, said: "Building the flagship store has left me both physically and mentally drained, but I am really looking forward to opening.

"The response from the community has been incredible.

"So many people have wished us well and say they can't wait for the opening day.

The Argus: The store is on Shoreham High Street

"Expect to see lots of new vinyl releases, new represses of classic albums and indie-shop exclusive releases from the major labels."

As well as selling records, James is also planning to host wine and vinyl events for customers and wants to collaborate with other businesses across the town.

He said his store in Steyning High Street will stay open as usual.