Dirty Projectors Cover John Lennon’s ‘Isolation’
Proceeds from the track will go to MusiCares' COVID-19 relief fund
Dirty Projectors understand that many artists and their crews out there are suffering from the constant tour cancellations and meet-and-greets. And they want to help out their community in the best way they know how — a new-ish track.
Dave Longstreth, the band’s lead singer and guitarist, has just released a cover of John Lennon’s “Isolation.” Starting with an ambient electronic organ, Longstreth’s calm voice comes in and does a beautiful rendition of the 1970 track off John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band.
The tune is a vast improvement from the other Lennon cover that recently dropped. And it’s meant to help the MusiCares’ COVID-19 relief fund.
“My cover of Plastic Ono Band’s “Isolation” is up for streaming & purchase. All proceeds through April 3rd are going toward MusiCares’ COVID-19 relief fund for musicians and music industry folks whose work has been disrupted by the crisis. So I encourage you to buy it (pay-what-you-wish) and we can be a part of helping combat this together 💙🌎💚,” Longstreth said in a statement.
Listen to Dirty Projectors’ version “Isolation” below: