Watch a video for Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy’s new single, “Blueberry Jam”

One-off track written for the opening of a legal weed dispensary in California

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Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy has released a surprise new single called “Blueberry Jam”.

The song was apparently inspired by some THC-laced chocolate covered blueberries given to Will Oldham and his wife to help them recover from the shock of a false ballistic missile alert, issued when they were living on the rim of the active volcano Kilauea, in Hawaii. It features regular Will Oldham collaborators Matt Sweeney and Peter Townsend.

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Watch a video for “Blueberry Jam” below:

“Blueberry Jam” was completed to mark the opening of Hi Fidelity, a legal weed boutique in Berkeley, California, an offshoot of the famous Amoeba Music.

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