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The Raconteurs have released a new cover of Donovan’s 1965 song, ‘Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)’

It's to celebrate the opening of Third Man Records’ new Bandcamp page. Way to keep up with the times, guys.
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Published: 9:10 am, April 11, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
The Raconteurs have released a new cover of Donovan’s 1965 song, ‘Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)’

The Raconteurs have released a brand new cover to celebrate the opening of Third Man Records’ new Bandcamp page.

The band - who are fronted by Third Man founder Jack White - have released a cover of Donovan’s 1965 song ‘Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)’, which you can check out below.

“For those who’ve yet to catch up on the Nashville institution’s diverse roster, now’s your chance,” a post by Bandcamp announcing the new page states. “From alternative country (Margo Price’s All American Made, Craig Brown Band’s The Lucky Ones Forget) and critically-acclaimed stoner metal (Sleep’s The Sciences), to hardcore punk (the Stools’ When I Left), there’s something for everyone.”

The Raconteurs - made up of White, Brendan Benson, Patrick Keeler and Jack Lawrence - are on the comeback trail which will step up with the release of third album ‘Help Us Stranger’ on 21st June. It’s the band’s first in over a decade, following up on 2008’s ‘Consolers of the Lonely’.

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