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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'

picture-18149-1379434580David Bevan // July 17, 2012

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: