℗ 2019 Polyvinyl Record Co.
Duration 18m 32s
Record Label Polyvinyl Records
Release Date November 12, 2019
Genre Alternative
 

Still Young

Jeff Rosenstock, Laura Stevenson

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1.1
Harvest Moon
Jeff Rosenstock; Laura Stevenson
4:43
1.2
After The Gold Rush
Jeff Rosenstock; Laura Stevenson
3:33
1.3
Ambulance Blues
Jeff Rosenstock; Laura Stevenson
7:41
1.4
Through My Sails
Jeff Rosenstock; Laura Stevenson
2:35
Duration    18m 32s
Punk offspring Jeff Rosenstock and Laura Stevenson pay homage to one of the godfathers of punk rock, Neil Young, drawing a line between the bold and incisive music each performs. The release celebrates Young's 74th birthday, and features The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn on guest vocals. “For a while, I knew I was supposed to like Neil Young but a lot of the ‘standards’ admittedly are not for me. Eventually I asked Laura and her husband Mike to get me started somewhere, and months later, I would spend nights traveling alone on tour with After the Gold Rush on repeat in my headphones, simultaneously allowing me to feel grounded and as if I was floating away.” - Jeff Rosenstock
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