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Marissa Nadler – “Carnival”

Marissa Nadler released Sacred Bones debut, July, back in 2014, but she’s kept busy since then by contributing to compilation records and covering well-known classics by likeminded artists. Last July it was Leonard Cohen’s “Seems So Long Ago, Nancy,” and at the beginning of the year, Nadler contributed a cover of Jason Molina’s “It’s Easier Now” to Through The Static And Distance, a benefit record for Molina’s family. Today, she uploaded a new track called “Carnival” to SoundCloud. It’s one of 13 songs included on One Hundred Thousand Voices, a compilation that benefits Active Minds, a non-profit organization that seeks to promote open discourse about mental health amongst students in the hopes that discussion will help de-stigmatize mental illness in collegial communities. The album will also include contributions from Lady Lamb The Beekeeper, Dum Dum Girls, and the Lovely Bad Things. Listen to Nadler’s “Carnival” below. !–more–>

Tracklist:
01 Like Ships in the Night – “If We Cut a Record”
02 The Aquadolls – “Don’t Mean Jack”
03 The Lovely Bad Things – “Hear or Anywhere”
04 JD Debris and Bodek – “Panic Attack”
05 Eddi Front – “Superhero Style”
06 Faces on Film – “The Rule”
07 Lady Lamb the Beekeeper – “Shoulders”
08 Marissa Nadler – “Carnivale”
09 Michael Mirra – “Baby Blue”
10 Death Valley Girls – “Get Home”
11 Dum Dum Girls – “Lost Boys and Girls Club”
12 La Sera – “Love That’s Gone (Katy’s Demo)”
13 Lay Low Moon – “Thru & Thru”

One Hundred Thousand Voices is out 6/19 via Active Minds.

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