Listen to Mount Eerie Cover Mirah’s “Of Pressure”


Mirah’s debut album, 2000’s You Think It’s Like This But Really It’s Like This, is getting a 20th anniversary reissue. Originally released by K Records, the expanded release is out July 31 via Double Double Whammy. In addition to a remastered version of the original album co-produced by Phil Elverum, it features a tribute album featuring covers from Shamir, Sad13, Allison Crutchfield, Hand Habits, Half Waif, Palehound, Flock of Dimes, Mal Blum, WHY?, and more. Listen to Mount Eerie’s “Of Pressure” cover below. Plus, hear a remastered version of Mirah’s original.

“It was a joy to record my version of Mirah’s song ‘Of Pressure’ using the old cassette 4 track and all the instruments we used to use together in the old days,” Phil Elverum said in a statement. “Same air organ, same antique drum machine, same chaos. I remember when Mirah first recorded her original. It was part of a batch of songs that she worked on independently of our collaboration in Dub Narcotic studio. Her 4 track world. That one was a big built world of mounting layers, the feeling of pressure and depth. I loved it and I still do. I wanted to see if I could make it a little more oppressive even.”

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