Brand New frontman Jesse Lacey covers R.E.M. for split release with Kevin Devine

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Kevin Devine will release the final installment of his year-long Devinyl Splits series this Spring, and he’s tapped none other than Brand New frontman Jesse Lacey to share the honor.

Listen to Lacey’s cover of R.E.M.’s “Bad Day” below, courtesy of The Fader.

Both artists chose to cover R.E.M. for the split, with Devine opting to perform a rendition of “Imitation of Life.” If you like what you’ve heard so far, you can pre-order the vinyl release here at 2PM eastern today, via Bad Timing Records. The two-song split releases on March 25.

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