Physical sales overall dropped by 23% in the first half of this year, likely because fewer people are leaving their homes, nevermind to visit music stores. However, CD sales declined by 48% whereas vinyl sales started to climb, particularly during the week of Record Store Day “Drops” when 802,000 records were sold. Unsurprisingly, digital sales continued to decrease by 22%, accounting for $351 million… More here.
There are a ton of useful stats in the above article. I would suggest, however, that the vinyl bump is a tiny blip in a streaming music world. Thanks to Bob.