HomeMusicGrandaddy announce piano version of 'The Sophtware Slump,' share first reworked song

Grandaddy announce piano version of ‘The Sophtware Slump,’ share first reworked song

Indie rock outfit Grandaddy has announced plans to release a reworked version of their 2000 album The Sophtware Slump, with the entire record performed on a wooden piano. The record will be formally titled The Sophtware Slump…on a wooden piano.

The reissue, which will feature frontman Jason Lytle on piano, will arrive as a 4xLP set on November 20 via Dangerbird. Lytle and Co. shared a reworked version of ‘Jed’s Other Poen (Beautiful Ground)’ to go along with the announcement, check it out below.

“Because of the pandemic, all of the sudden, I was looking at a real deadline to make the damn thing,” Lytle said in a press release.

And that’s not all. The package will included a re-mastered version of the original record, the new …on a wooden piano version, and albums of rarities including the Signal to Snow Ratio EP and Through a Frosty Plate Glass EP.

It’s been a big summer for Grandaddy, who were also celebrated by Toronto’s PUP with a cover of “A.M. 180” from their 1997 album Under the Western Freeway.

Image via Flickr/oskarannermarken

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