PHOSPHORESCENT Contributes Track To Splice Compilation, Records Session Live Session With New York’s WNEW

PHOSPHORESCENT recently contributed a track to a pop culture Web site Splice Today for a compilation called “The Old Lonesome Sound,” which features indie artists covering folk standards. Phosphorescent covers “Old Folks at Home (Swanee River),” while other contributors on the compilation include Headlights, Deer Tick, Christian Keifer, These United States, Radar Bros., and Dave Heumann from Arboretum, among others. The whole compilation can be downloaded for free from the Splice Today site HERE.

Meanwhile, the band recorded a live session with New York’s WNEW, featuring takes of “Too Sick To Pray” from the recently releases To Willie and “Cocain Lights” from 2007’s Pride. The session and excerpts from the WNEW interview can be found HERE.

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