Muse, Bloc Party release exclusive tracks on charity comp

Feist, Deerhoof also support environmental causes

Muse, Bloc Party and Feist are among the artists who have contributed songs to a forthcoming charity compilation.

‘The Green Owl Comp: A Benefit for the Energy Action Coalition’, due out April 8 in the US, is a two-disc CD/DVD set featuring tracks from artists supporting the work of the Energy Action Coalition, made up of more than 40 US and Canadian organizations leading the youth-driven clean energy movement in North America.

Also contributing songs to the compilation are Asobi Seksu (remixed by CSS), Deerhoof, Pete Yorn and Of Montreal, among others.

Several of the tracks have never before been released, such as the Hadouken! remix of Bloc Party‘s ‘The Prayer’, and Feist‘s ‘Honey Honey’.

All profits from sales of the album will go toward the Energy Action Coalition.

The album tracklisting is:

Disc One

The Appletrees ‘Look up to the Sky’

Feist ‘Honey Honey’ (BBC Session)

Harper Simon ‘Henrieta’

Young Love ‘Underground’

Muse ‘Knights of Cydonia’ (live)

The Exit ‘Hey Man’

Of Montreal ‘Feminine Effects’

Pete Yorn ‘Old Boy’

London Souls ‘Someday’

Citzens Band ‘Fortune Teller’

Violens ‘Trance Like Turn’

Bloc Party ‘The Prayer’ (Hadouken remix)

School of Seven Bells ‘Trance Figure’

Deerhoof ‘Plus 81’ (BBC Session)

Juliana Hatfield ‘Back To Freedom’

Satori ‘Intimate Revolution’

Disc Two – DVD videos

The Appletrees ‘Messin Around’

Young Love ‘Underground’

The Exit ‘Hey Man’

Satori ‘A Clear View’

Violens ‘Trance Like Turn’

Rebecca Schiffman ‘Penguins and Igloos’

Interview with Billy Parish

Disc Two – DVD bonus audio tracks:

The Bad Plus ‘Casa Particular’

Carina Round ‘Hookah’

Asobi Seksu ‘Strawberries'(CSS Remix)

Dragons Of Zynth ‘Xerathyn’

Earl Greyhound ‘This Tree’

The Appletrees ‘Messin Around’

A Place to Bury Strangers ‘Never Going Down’

State Radio ‘Camilo’

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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