With Montage Of Heck’s DVD release fast approaching, so too comes further details of the accompanying Kurt Cobain ‘solo album’. Another new version of former Nirvana hidden track ‘Sappy’ is the latest tid-bit to be aired, streamable below.
The track is also due to be released as a 7” next month, backed with a cover of The Beatles’ ‘And I Love Her’, which was originally aired back in April. The first solo version of ‘Sappy’ was unearthed in August.
Kurt’s ‘solo album’, ‘Montage Of Heck: The Home Recordings’ is set for release on November 13th - director Brett Morgan has stated that the compilation “is curated to feel as though one were sitting in Kurt’s living room watching him create over the course of an afternoon.” The demos Morgen picked out range “from thrash to ragtime and everything in between,” though he adds “most of it is in a space that will be familiar to Nirvana fans.”
The group performed five songs together for The Art of Elysium’s Heaven is Rock and Roll gala.
The iconic Halloween performance in Seattle will get the physical treatment next month.
It’s only the second time the surviving members have performed together since the death of Kurt Cobain.
Tracks appear on a new split 7” for Ghost Ramp.