Listen – Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy: “Treasure Map”
From Benefit Record to Support The Southern Poverty Law Center
Honestly, I would follow Will Oldham and his acoustic guitar anywhere it took me, especially towards a good cause. Oxford, Mississippi's The End of All Music record store is releasing a benefit record to support The Southern Poverty Law Center, out May 5th, and it features another campfire haunt from Oldham, under his recording moniker, Bonnie "Prince" Billy. Listen to "Treasure Map" below.
The press release describes more about the benefit record: "The 12-inch EP features new songs from Patterson Hood (Drive-by Truckers), Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, William Tyler, and Adam Torres, while the record's artwork is composed of photographs taken from Maude Schuyler Clay's book, Mississippi History, which was published by Steidl in 2015. The record will contain four tracks on the A-side and a "Resist Fear. Assist Love" etching by artist Nathaniel Russell as the B-side, and is being pressed in a limited edition of 1,000 copies - with the first 500 copies on colored vinyl. It will only be available for purchase through The End Of All Music website and at the brick and mortar store in Oxford.
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