Features a duet with John Prine on "How Lucky". Kurt Vile's first physical release since 2018's Bottle It In. Features Matt Sweeney, Nashville players Bobby Wood, Dave Roe, Kenny Malone and more!
"A master of dreamy, off-kilter rock." — New York Times
"One of indie rock's most affable champions, an honest-to-god guitar hero and a disarmingly funny lyricist." — Rolling Stone
Kurt Vile's Speed, Sound, Lonely KV (ep) was recorded and mixed in sporadic sessions that spanned four years at The Butcher Shoppe studio in Nashville. It includes five songs — covers of John Prine and "Cowboy" Jack Clement as well as two originals — and was recorded alongside a cast of local heavies like Bobby Wood, Dave Roe, Kenny Malone and Matt Sweeney (Chavez, Superwolf).
Most importantly, it features what KV has called "Probably the single most special musical moment in my life" — a duet with the late John Prine on the songwriter's well-loved tune, "How Lucky."
1. Speed of the Sound of Loneliness
2. Gone Girl
4. How Lucky (featuring John Prine)