A Split EP by Laurie Cameron, Francis Daulerio, and Jeff Zeigler
To Benefit Tiny Changes
US Orders: Main Street Music (click to be redirected)
UK/EU Orders: Stewed Rhubarb Press (click to be redirected)
Global Orders: Assai Records (click to be redirected)
With its title taken from the final line of “State Hospital,” a song on Frightened Rabbit’s 2013 release Pedestrian Verse, All Is Not Lost is a split EP to benefit Tiny Changes, a charity set up following the tragic passing of musician and visual artist Scott Hutchison. Organized by American poet Francis Daulerio and released through a partnership with Main Street Music and Stewed Rhubarb Press, this limited edition vinyl includes “Honest Man,” Laurie Cameron’s musical reimagining of the classic Robert Burns poem, and “I Want To Call This Poem Hope,” Daulerio’s poem with musical arrangements by Inletts, the collaborative project from musician/producer Jeff Zeigler and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Schimeneck. Both were created in honor of Hutchison, and all of the proceeds are being donated to his charity.
Cameron’s “Honest Man” is a reworking of Robert Burns’ poem “On My Own Friend And My Father’s Friend, Wm. Muir in Tarbolton Mill,” which was first released to fundraise for the Scottish Association for Mental Health. Cameron and bandmate Ross Lorimer performed the song in Brooklyn last November during Daulerio’s American Foundation for Suicide Prevention benefit tour, Shouts Against The Darkness. “I Want To Call This Poem Hope” was written for and first performed at a Philadelphia tribute to Hutchison at Johnny Brenda’s, a venue Frightened Rabbit played on one of their earlier tours through the States.
All Is Not Lost is out now on 140 gram vinyl and is limited to 500 copies.