Broken Social Scene have announced a career-spanning collection of B-sides, rarities, and outtakes compilation called Old Dead Young: B-Sides & Rarities, due January 14 via Arts & Crafts (pre-order). The first single is "This House Is On Fire," an outtake from the Forgiveness Rock Record sessions that was released on Globe & Mail’s Broadsheet Music project. It's a gorgeous, chilled-out indie rock song and you can hear it below. Also check out the tracklist below, which includes details on the origins of each song.

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1) "Far Out" (2009, From the 'Forgiveness Rock Record' pre-order EP 'Lo-Fi For The Dividing Nights')
2) “Do the 95” (2001, B-Side to “Stars and Sons” 7-inch)
3) “Curse Your Fail” (2009, From tour 7-inch split with Sea and Cake)
4) "Not At My Best" (2010, From the end credits for film 'It's Kind Of A Funny Story')
5) "National Anthem of Nowhere" (2004, Early Broken Social Scene version of an Apostle Of Hustle song)
6) "Golden Facelift” (2009, ‘Forgiveness Rock Record’ outtake. Released on Globe & Mail’s Broadsheet Music project)
7) “This House Is On Fire” (2009, 'Forgiveness Rock Record' outtake)
8) “Canada vs America” (2004, From the ‘Self-Titled’ bonus CD "EP to be You and Me")
9) "Day Of The Kid" (2005, Released on Arts & Crafts 20th anniversary comp)
10) "Stars and Spit" (2006, B-Side to "7/4 Shoreline" 7-inch)
11) “Until It's Dead” (2006, From Lake Ontario Waterkeeper compilation 'At The Barricades: Vol 1')
12) "All My Friends" (2004, From the ‘Self-Titled’ bonus CD "EP to be You and Me")
13) “Death Cock” (2001, Very first recording with producer Dave Newfeld. Released on A&C 20th anniversary comp)
14) “Old Dead Young” (2016, ‘Hug Of Thunder’ vinyl-only track)

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