Taking Back Sunday guitarist/vocalist John Nolan has put together a compilation album that's due out this Spring via Collective Confusion Records/Sub City and will benefit the ACLU. It's called Music For Everyone and it features rare or unreleased music by Taking Back Sunday, Walter Schreifels' band Dead Heavens, The Lawrence Arms' Brendan Kelly, Dave Hause, Chris Farren, Potty Mouth, Allison Weiss, Anthony Green, Frank Iero, Anti-Flag, Jared Hart, Answering Machine, and more.

"During these next four years, I feel it's going to be extremely important to support organizations that will stand up to the Trump administration," says John Nolan. "I also wanted to give artists an opportunity to express something about what's gone on in this country over the past year and what's coming in the next ones. I needed that for myself and wanted to connect with other people who needed it. And I wanted to take that need for self-expression and channel it into something bigger than all of us."

More info and pre-orders here.

UPDATE: Dead Heavens have a NYC show coming up on March 30 at The Delancey with Thick and neaux. Tickets are on sale.

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