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Hear Tame Impala’s Feverish Cover of Fleetwood Mac’s ‘That’s All For Everyone’

A faithfully psychedelic rendition of the 'Tusk' sleeper set to appear on the forthcoming Mac tribute compilation 'Tell Me That You Want Me'

It’s no secret current SPIN cover costar Bethany Cosentino is a huge Fleetwood Mac fan, a fact she easily confirmed by providing us with a jouncy take on “Rhiannon.” She covered the classic as part of the forthcoming Mac tribute compilation, Tell Me That You Want Me, due August 14 (Hear Music/Concord). Cosentino’s approach was a departure from the original as well as a break from the carefully sanded pop for which she’s now known — one could hear only traces of Stevie Nicks or Best Coast in the mix. This is not at all the case in Tame Impala’s rendition of “That’s All For Everyone,” a fever dream from 1979’s Tusk that’s been made even more feverish for the comp. Here, the Aussie psych-rock outfit swap acoustic guitar for melting synths and send Lindsey Buckingham’s tune through a battery of effects. Echoes abound but it’s a cover that’s faithful in both directions. Hear it exclusively: