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Thurston Moore Reunites With Chelsea Light Moving For New Song Sunday Stage

Tuesday, 31 March 2020 Written by Jon Stickler

Thurston Moore has released a new song.

Sunday Stage was recorded with John Moloney, Samara Lubelski, and Keith Wood of Chelsea Light Moving, a band Moore set up in the wake of Sonic Youth's dissolution. Releasing the track via Bandcamp, Moore shared how he's dealing with the current coronavirus crisis:

"It's Sunday 29 March 2020 and we are all on the same page in our shelters if we are so lucky with food and drink if so blessed and with a loved one or two or three if the gods are really shining – maybe they are – i always feel they are, even in the worst of times – faith is key – religion is what you want for your own devotion to being here and now and today i love rock n roll "do you love rock n' roll" "i do – and i love you" the resonant response of the Earth. We are fighting for each other hopefully with dignity despite the horror shows abounding in the hospices where brave soldiers save lives as much as they can – we salute you with loud love and raised guitars. it is time to pray to overthrow the weak governance of merchants of greed, insurrection blowing wild from the amplifiers, our hearts held in Sunday service."

Recorded back in 2014, Sunday Service finds Moore on lead vocals, trading distorted guitar melodies with Wood over a menacing bass line. Listen below.

The former Sonic Youth frontman put out his most recent solo album, 'Spirit Counsel', last September via his own label, Daydream Library Series. Sonic Youth, meanwhile, recently put out various old concert recordings from throughout their career via their Bandcamp.

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