Hear Bonnie “Prince” Billy’s new song, “Treasure Map”

The song appears on a compilation alongside new songs from William Tyler, Patterson Hood and Adam Torres

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Bonnie “Prince” Billy has released a new song, “Treasure Map“.

It appears on a new four-track compilation which also features songs by William Tyler, Patterson Hood and Adam Torres.

Pitchfork reports that compilation is released on May 5 via the Oxford, Mississippi record store, the End Of All Music. Proceeds from the compilation will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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The tracklisting is:

Adam Torres: Edge Of The World
William Tyler: Venus And Aquarius
Bonnie “Prince” Billy: Treasure Map
Patterson Hood: Airplane Screams

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