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Kevin Devine Invites David Bazan Aboard For Devinyl Splits Series

Tuesday, 10 July 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Photo: Ryan Russell

Kevin Devine and David Bazan (pictured) have covered songs by Now, Now for the latest instalment in the Devinyl Splits series.

The eighth entry in the run finds Devine tackling Prehistoric and Bazan taking on Thread, with both songs originally featuring on Now, Now’s 2012 LP ‘Threads’.

The single is out on July 27, following up recent efforts with Craig Finn and Worriers, and you can stream Bazan’s contribution below following its premiere over at NPR.





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