Sorority Noise cover Brand New’s “Me Vs. Maradona Vs. Elvis” — listen

Plus, Sorority Noise and Old Gray's entire catalogs are available as "pay what you like" downloads to benefit ACLU


    Photo by Philip Cosores

    “Me Vs. Maradona Vs. Elvis” is already one of the softer songs in Brand New’s catalog (except for those last two minutes), but it’s made even more delicate in the hands of Sorority Noise. Cameron Boucher strips the track down to gentle drumming and some wistful guitar work, his hushed voice nearly whispering the lyrics. The cover comes as Boucher has announced that his entire catalog with Sorority Noise and Old Gray is available as “name your price” downloads through Sunday, with all proceeds going to support the ACLU.

    Take a listen to the cover below, and head to Bandcamp for the benefit downloads.

    For comparison’s sake, here’s Brand New’s original:


    Sorority Noise’s latest album, You’re Not As _____ As You Think, is out March 17th via Triple Crown Records.


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