Saturday marked a big anniversary for a former local institution: on June 4, 1996, Chapel Hill’s Squirrel Nut Zippers released Hot, the record that would propel them toward stardom with “Hell.”

In celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the record, the band has announced that a remastered reissue will arrive on vinyl July 29. This version will include a previously unreleased song, “The Puffer.” The track was written by Stacy Guess, the band’s trumpet player who broke from the outfit shortly before the band recorded Hot in October 1995. It appears on the reissue as a tribute to the late trumpeter.

The band has also announced a string of tour dates with only two early members: Jimbo Mathus and drummer Chris Phillips. Tom Maxwell, the former Zipper who wrote “Hell,” explained some of the reasoning for that in a piece he published on Medium in December titled “Squirrel Not Zippers.”

You can read the full release about the reissue and listen to “The Puffer” below—we’ll have more on the band and Hot in the coming weeks.