Blurt Magazine premiered a new live version of John Wesley Harding‘s song “There’s A Starbucks (Where the Starbucks Used to Be),” recorded at the Bell House in Brooklyn and featuring an all-star line-up.
Watch the video below to see Wes backed by the all-star King Charles Trio, whose lineup includes John Moen, Chris Funk, Jenny Conlee-Drizos and Nate Query, all members of The Decemberists, Peter Buck of R.E.M. and Scott McCaughey of Thee Minus Five and The Baseball Project.
The video is a follow-up to the official video, which trailed Wes visiting a host of Starbucks in New York City. A Google map was created with running commentary of the shoot complete with photos and video. Click on each of the icons below for behind-the-scenes info.
Harding’s album, The Sound of His Own Voice, is available now from the Yep Roc Store.
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