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‘Cover of Covers’ will feature artists covering songs by artists that have previously appeared on the cover of the magazine.
On Blindness, Grandaddy’s Jason Lytle said: “I’m a big Metric fan. One time I drove from Bozeman to Salt Lake City (a 9hr. drive) to see them play live. I don’t even like going to shows. That says a lot.
I chose ‘Blindness’ as it has been one of my favorite songs of theirs since I first heard it in 2009. I recorded and mixed it all in my garage, and enjoyed treading that line of trying to emulate some of the original sounds and ‘feels’ but also making it mine for a bit, and have a little fun.”
‘Cover of Covers’ is out on March 4, 2022 via American Laundromat and $1 from every album sale will be donated to the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund.
Covers of Covers tracklist:
Grandaddy – ‘Blindness’ (Metric Cover)
Piroshka – ‘The Crystal Lake’ (Grandaddy Cover)
Peter Bjorn & John – ‘Songs Of Love’ (The Divine Comedy Cover)
Cults – ‘Bourgeois’ (Phoenix Cover)
Nation Of Language – ‘Stars And Sons’ (Broken Social Scene Cover)
Kevin Drew – ‘The Loose Ends Will Make Knots’ (Stars Cover)
Hatchie – ‘FUBT’ (Haim Cover)
Sondre Lerche – ‘Townie’ (Mitski Cover)
C Duncan – ‘Acrobat’ (Angel Olsen Cover)
Cassandra Jenkins – ‘It’s You’ (Animal Collective Cover)
NZCA Lines – ‘Debra’ (Beck Cover)
Oceanator – ‘The Biggest Lie’ (Elliott Smith Cover)
Black Belt Eagle Scout – ‘Calculation Theme’ (Metric Cover)
Strand Of Oaks – ’81’ (Joanna Newsom Cover)
Ora The Molecule – ‘The Fox In The Snow’ (Belle And Sebastian Cover)
Girl Ray – ‘Another Try’ (Haim Cover)
James Yorkston – ‘Smoke Signals’ (Phoebe Bridgers Cover)
EMA – ‘Trailer Trash’ (Modest Mouse Cover)
Alex Lahey – ‘New York’ (St. Vincent Cover)
Water From Your Eyes – ‘It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)’ (R.E.M. Cover)
In other Grandaddy news, the band announced a series of UK dates for 2022. They’ll call in Bexhill-On-Sea, London, Manchester and Glasgow in April to perform their 2000 album ‘The Sophtware Slump‘, along with other songs from their back catalogue.