It’s the latest single from the upcoming tribute album AngelHeaded Hipster, produced by Hal Willner.
“The Clash writing a song about our civil war made us feel honored,” the band said in a statement.
Even Bono seemed shocked they decided to cover it, saying, “We said we’ll never, ever play this.”
She wrote, “Since guitar stores have been closed, I thought you might have missed the sound of someone fumbling through ‘stairway to heaven'”.
In addition to covering Dylan’s “Things Have Changed”, Price played her unreleased song “Drifter”.
The group re-rerecorded Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” and “Searching with My Good Eye Closed”.
Limited-edition 7-inch single is available for pre-order now.
Fans think Taylor Swift’s brother Austin provided the vocals.
A haunted rendition of Nick Lowe’s classic plea for a better world.
For Chris, this is the latest in a long line of excellent quarantine covers.
The 1968 riot song feels especially appropriate for an election year.
Armstrong also mentioned a desire to act in a soap opera, and Corden is now trying to make that happen.