There's something to be said about friends coming together to release a record out of pure admiration for each other. It helps restore your faith in music and it's comforting to know there's a tight knit community of bands in the indie-punk scene supporting each other. Have Mercy and Somos' upcoming split record, due out February 24th on No Sleep Records, is a prime example of two acts that have long performed in the same circles who've partnered up for no other reason than to release a split out of mutual respect and love for each other's music.
The upcoming split will feature newly recorded versions of old and new songs, including a live acoustic version of "Two Years" and a unique cover of the iconic singer-songwriter Jackson Browne's classic song "Somebody's Baby," from Have Mercy and a new track called "Streets Upon Streets" and an acoustic rendition of "Domestic" from Somos.
01. Two Years
02. Somebody's Baby
03. Streets Upon Streets
04. Domestic (Acoustic)