Watch Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Sharon Van Etten, Jim James and more cover The Grateful Dead

They're the latest batch from the all-star Day Of The Dead compilation

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The all-star Grateful Dead tribute album, Day Of The Dead is released on May 20 by 4AD.

Today, five of the album’s 59 tracks have been made available to coincide with the album’s pre-order details.

Jim James & Friends – ‘Candyman’
Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy & Friends – ‘Rubin & Cherise’
Perfume Genius, Sharon Van Etten & Friends – ‘To Lay Me Down’
Charles Bradley & Menahan Street Band – ‘Cumberland Blues’
Unknown Mortal Orchestra – ‘Shakedown Street’

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These follow on from previously released tracks by Phosphorescent, Jenny Lewis & Friends, The War On Drugs, The National, Courtney Barnett and Bruce Hornsby and DeYarmond Edison.

Jim James & Friends – ‘Candyman’

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy & Friends – ‘Rubin & Cherise’

Perfume Genius, Sharon Van Etten & Friends – ‘To Lay Me Down’

Charles Bradley & Menahan Street Band – ‘Cumberland Blues’


Unknown Mortal Orchestra
– ‘Shakedown Street’

You can pre-order Day Of The Dead from iTunes by clicking here.

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You can pre-order Day Of The Dead from Amazon by clicking here.

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