Soul Glo have carried out a canopy of System of a Down’s “Soil” for Sounds of Saving and 988 Suicide & Disaster Lifeline’s “Tune That Discovered Me on the Proper Time” collection.
“Soil,” an album reduce from System of a Down’s 1998 self-titled debut, is lyrically targeted on suicide, demise and loss. In an accompanying narration, Soul Glo’s Pierce Jordan describes music’s position in his personal psychological well being journey: “Artwork is the one factor that retains my need to be right here. The subsequent mission, with the ability to see the world by any given individual’s eyes, out of the six billion those that exist right here, the truth that no one is precisely the identical. It’s considered one of, like, the persistently unfolding beauties of life that basically makes shit value sticking round for. All people has their motive for persevering with, and I assume artwork is mine.”
Cassandra Jenkins, Sharon Van Etten, Bully’s Alicia Bognanno, and extra have beforehand contributed to the “Tune That Discovered Me on the Proper Time” collection.
Subsequent month, Soul Glo start a tour with Zulu. Learn Pitchfork’s overview of Soul Glo’s Diaspora Issues.
In case you are experiencing suicidal ideas or know somebody who’s, we suggest the 988 Suicide & Disaster Lifeline.