Sharon Van Etten and Julien Baker are set to cowl 9 Inch Nails and Smashing Pumpkins on a seven-inch single for the comedian guide sequence What’s the Furthest Place From Right here?
Every difficulty of the sequence, written by Matthew Rosenberg and illustrated by Tyler Boss, has been soundtracked by a seven-inch, with Van Etten and Baker to seem on the accompanying vinyl for the forthcoming seventh difficulty, due out September 14.
The one will characteristic a canopy of 9 Inch Nails’ ‘Harm’ by Van Etten, which she beforehand coated in 2020 for Suicide Prevention Month, and Baker’s rendition of ‘1979’ by Smashing Pumpkins. Preorders can be found now through the Picture Comics web site.
“Having Julien Baker and Sharon Van Etten document songs is absolutely past something we might have hoped for,” Rosenberg stated in a press assertion.
“Tyler and I commonly hearken to each of their work whereas making this guide, so having them present the precise soundtrack for the problem has been actually surreal in the absolute best approach.”
The comedian, described as a “post-apocalyptic coming-of-age sequence”, is a mix of sci-fi, fantasy and comedy, with music a big characteristic all through (it was named after a lyric from Jawbreaker’s ‘Accident Inclined’). Different artists to have appeared on the soundtrack singles to date embrace Joyce Manor, Chubby and the Gang, and Screaming Females.
Again in January, Van Etten and Baker introduced a joint US tour with fellow American indie artist Angel Olsen, dubbed the ‘Wild Hearts’ tour. They’ll be kicking issues off in Virginia on July 21, enjoying reveals across the nation till they wrap up in New York on August 21.