Big Scary Monsters have announced a new pay-what-you-want compilation, featuring Martha, American Football and more

It's called 'Let's Just Do It And Be Legends’.

Big Scary Monsters have announced a new compilation called ‘Let’s Just Do It And Be Legends.

Celebrating the label’s 250th release, the pay-what-you-want 12″ picture disc includes contributions from American Football, Martha (pictured), Delta Sleep, Pedro The Lion, Cursive, Kevin Devine, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Jamie Lenman and more. Find out more at

Label boss Kevin Douch says: “We think our roster is the best in the world and, as such, it deserves shouting about, SO WE MADE A LOVELY COMPILATION FOR YOU ALL.

“We’re immensely proud of the extremely talented artists we’re lucky enough to work with and only wish we could’ve squeezed more of them onto this record. Its release marks the beginning of a very busy period for BSM, with loads of brilliant new releases, showcases at SXSW, The Great Escape and Truck festivals, in addition to the return of our own multi-venue East London event, Big Day Out, on 28th September.

“Running a record label is never straight-forward and nor should it be (the fact that this release’s catalogue number is accidentally BSM250 says it all) but we absolutely love what we do and hope this pay what you want LP helps introduce lots of people to their new favourite band.”

The track listing reads:

01. The Get Up Kids – I’m Sorry
02. Martha – Love Keeps Kicking
03. Doe – Team Spirit
04. Pedro The Lion – Quietest Friend
05. Kevin Devine – Outstretched & Never Ending
06. Jamie Lenman – Good Riddance
07. American Football – Uncomfortably Numb (feat. Hayley Williams)
08. Delta Sleep – Sans Soleil
09. mewithoutYou – Kristy w/ the Sparkling Teeth
10. We Were Promised Jetpacks – Same Mistakes
11. Cursive – Content Conman
12. Cassels – When Completing Handshakes

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