The National film to be released with EP in May

Vincent Moon's 'A Skin, A Night' coming to DVD

A film about The National is set to be released in May, packaged with a bonus CD – ‘The Virginia EP’.

‘A Skin, A Night’ was made by French filmmaker Vincent Moon, who has in the past worked with R.E.M and Arcade Fire, and was filmed during sessions for their fourth album ‘Boxer’ at Peter KatisBridgeport, CT studio.

‘The Virginia EP’ features 12 tracks of demos, live versions, radio sessions and B-sides.

The tracklisting is:

‘You’ve Done It Again, Virginia’ (previously unreleased)

‘Santa Clara’ (UK B-Side)

‘Blank Slate’ (UK B-side)

‘Tall Saint’ (demo)

‘Without Permission’ (unreleased cover)

‘Forever After Days’ (demo)

‘Rest Of Years’ (demo)

‘Slow Show’ (demo)

‘Lucky You’ (Daytrotter Session)

‘Mansion On The Hill’ (live)

‘Fake Empire’ (live)

‘About Today’ (live)

–By our New York staff.

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