April 27, 2012 22:08

Best Coast cover Fleetwood Mac track 'Storms'

The California band release their second album 'The Only Place' on May 14

Best Coast cover Fleetwood Mac track 'Storms'

Photo: David Black/Press

Best Coast have covered Fleetwood Mac's classic track 'Storms'.

The new version of the song, which originally featured on Fleetwood Mac's 1979 double album 'Tusk', debuted earlier today (April 27) on Radcliffe and Maconie's BBC Radio 6 Music show. To listen to the show and the track, visit: bbc.co.uk.

The song will be released as a limited edition 7" and will be available to purchase in a select number of independent record stores. Best Coast will release the title track from their new album 'The Only Place' on May 7. The LP, which is the band's second studio effort, will then follow a week later on May 14.

The tracklisting for 'The Only Place' is as follows:

'The Only Place'
'Why I Cry?'
'Last Year'
'My Life'
'No One Like You'
'How They Want Me to Be'
'Better Girl'
'Do You Love Me Like You Used To'
'Dreaming My Life Away'
'Let’s Go Home'
'Up All Night'

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