Mount Eerie, Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Dean & Britta, more on ACLU benefit comp
Many indie rock musicians are coming together and releasing benefit compilation albums to coincide with Trump's inauguration. Here's one that benefits the ACLU, and includes a new song ("Crow") from Mount Eerie's upcoming, unannounced album. It also includes a Pains of Being Pure Heart song exclusive to this compilation ("Easy To Be Loved"), feating Jen Goma of A Sunny Day in Glasgow, a cover of "Hey Paula" by Dean & Britta, and more.
You can purchase it for $10 or more at Bandcamp and stream about half the tracks below.