A popular record store in Broughty Ferry is searching for a new home.
Assai Records has been in King Street for four years but has announced it is moving to a bigger venue.
The shop’s next destination remains unclear.
In a social media post, the record store announced that after an “amazing” four years it was “time to move” and a To Let sign was attached to its door.
The statement added they will be moving to a larger premises in the summer and that more details would be divulged “soon”.
Assai manager Matthew Marra said that the store’s owner is currently working to secure a new location.
The store has become a regular haunt for music lovers in and around Dundee since opening, with gigs by the likes of Tom Walker and a Q&A session with Primal Scream frontman Bobby Gillespie.
Recent years have seen queues around the block on the annual Record Store Day.
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Sandro Paladini, deputy chairman for Broughty Ferry Trader’s Association, spoke highly of the business and hopes a new home is found within Broughty Ferry.
He said: “The news of Assai Records moving is really sad. They will be sorely missed if they decide to leave.
“They have consistently brought vitality to Broughty Ferry. People come from all over to visit the store. They are very well known for introducing new bands, supporting local talent and bringing popular national musicians to the area.
“They have been a great addition in representing independent businesses and we wish them well in their relocation.”
Steve James chairman of Broughty Ferry Trader’s Association described Assai as Broughty Ferry’s very own Groucho’s.
He said: “It is really sad if they decide to leave the Ferry as they bring such a diverse and unique identity.
“We recently developed our website and they feature on the main page because there is no other business like them. It is a real shame if they do leave but I can only wish them well in their endeavours.”
Assai Records also has a branch in Edinburgh.