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William Elliott Whitmore/Esmé Patterson

Posted Nov. 17, 2016, 8:26 a.m. in Records by Loren
William Elliott Whitmore/Esmé Patterson

William Elliott Whitmore and Esmé Patterson - Play Each Other's Songs

This Friday William Elliott Whitmore and Esmé Patterson will release s aplit 7" covering each other's work.


Titled Play Each Other's Songs, the 2-song single features Patterson performing "Not Feeling Any Pain" and Whitmore taking on "Elysium." The single releases tomorrow, Nov. 18 on Bloodshot Records, and is limited to 1000 copies. It is also available digitally.

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