GRAMMY® Award-Winning Rock Band Will Headline San Diego’s
Sold Out FEED THE NEED Drive-In Concert on June 7th, 2020
GRAMMY® Award-winning rock band SWITCHFOOT shared their stirring cover of Vampire Weekend’s “Harmony Hall” today, the second track to be released from the band’s upcoming 6-song, digital only Covers EP out on June 19th via Fantasy Records. SWITCHFOOT’s unique take on Frank Ocean’s “Swim Good” was released last week.
Purchase/Listen to “Harmony Hall” HERE
SWITCHFOOT frontman Jon Foreman on the release of “Harmony Hall”:
“As an American, there are so many reasons to mourn, to be angry, to lament. There is so much that we to need to change. Let’s take a good, long look at who we are and who we’ve been. Let’s promise each other that we will continue to fight for a better version of America. A better version of ourselves. Our new song is a cover of Vampire Weekend’s “Harmony Hall,” a song that feels incredibly relevant to the week that we’ve had as a nation. ‘Harmony Hall’ takes inspiration from former slave plantations named Harmony Hall. For me, this is a song that acknowledges that if we are to change our future, we need to first confess our past. To all my black brothers and sisters out there, I stand with you. I kneel with you. I weep with you. I mourn with you. I long for justice alongside of you.”
This Sunday, June 7th the band will take part in the sold out FEED THE NEED Drive-In Concerts event at Petco Park in their hometown of San Diego, CA. Produced by Local Media San Diego, the San Diego Padres and Westward Entertainment, the day will consist of two separate concerts with SWITCHFOOT performing at sunset along with special guest Hirie. Net proceeds will go to Feeding San Diego, the leading hunger-relief charity serving San Diego County. This landmark event for live music in San Diego will be the first concert in California since March when shutdown orders were imposed. Social distancing and protective precautions will insure a safe and entertaining event. The show will feature full stage and sound production, and multiple video screens so all concertgoers can enjoy the performance safely from inside their car. For more information please visit www.FeedTheNeedSanDiego.com.
Additionally, the 16th annual SWITCHFOOT BRO-AM will be live streaming June 27th at 5pm PST on www.SWITCHFOOT.com. Tickets go on sale at 2pm PST this Sunday, June 7th.
SWITCHFOOT’s Covers EP Track List: