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Jeff Tweedy Covers Angel Olsen’s “Big Time”: Stream

"[Olsen's] album is brand-new and lovely, and I want everyone with ears to hear it," the Wilco singer wrote on his Substack

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Jeff Tweedy (photo by Ben Kaye) and Angel Olsen (photo by Angela Ricciardi)
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    Jeff Tweedy has offered up his take on Angel Olsen‘s “Big Time.”

    The Wilco frontman released the cover on his Substack, Starship Casual, writing, “Here’s a song I learned from Angel Olsen’s new record that came out TODAY! Normally I put songs behind the paywall, but this album is brand-new and lovely, and I want everyone with ears to hear it” alongside a number of pictures of himself, Olsen, and her band.

    “And I’m losing, I’m losing, I’ve left it behind/ Guess I had to be losing to get here on time/ And I’m living, I’m loving, I’ve loved long before/ And I’m loving you big time, I’m loving you more,” he crooned on the song’s country-tinged chorus over simple acoustic guitar. Upon hearing the cover, Olsen had nothing but good things to say, tweeting, “Jeff!!! Covering ‘Big Time’! I owe you one @JeffTweedy.”

    While Olsen’s latest album just dropped on Friday, Wilco released their own, twelfth studio set just one week prior. Titled Cruel Country, the double LP finds the alt-rock band fully leaning into the country label they’ve been shouldering since the beginning of their career. The band will embark on a tour later this summer in support of the album. Get tickets to see Wilco here.

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    We also learned earlier this week that Tweedy and bandmate Nels Cline will be joining Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead at Chicago’s inaugural Sacred Rose Festival to debut their brand-new supergroup PHILCO.

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