Simon Joyner :: Low Fidelities & Infidelities

Fans perusing Simon Joyner’s merch table on his recent U.S. tour could pick up a new collection of demos, covers and collaborations from the severely underrated Omaha, NE singer-songwriter. Luckily for the rest of us, Simon has now made it available via his Bandcamp page — and even better, all digital proceeds are going towards “abortion access organizations in states that recently passed laws attempting to outlaw or severely restrict abortion access.”

Low Fidelities & Infidelities is chock full of good stuff, with Joyner putting his own winning spin on classics by Dylan, Newman, Thompson and many more, alongside some tasty originals. Best of all is the inspired team-up with Meg Baird on Jerry Jeff Walker’s woozily heartbreaking “Morning Song To Sally.” These two should definitely record a whole album together … / t wilcox

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