The National’s Matt Berninger has shared a new track, ‘Let It Be’

It's part of a deluxe edition of his recent solo album 'Serpentine Prison'.
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The National‘s Matt Berninger has shared a new track, ‘Let It Be’ – part of a deluxe edition of his recent solo album ‘Serpentine Prison’.

Originally released back in October of 2020, the new version – also including covers of Morphine’s ‘In Spite Of Me’, Eddie Floyd’s ‘Big Bird’, Bettye Swan’s ‘Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye’ and the Velvet Underground’s ‘European Son’ – is set to arrive digitally on 12th March, with physical copies following on 21st May.

‘Let It Be’ isn’t a cover though. “This is a new song about an old frenemy. Not Paul McCartney or Westerberg,” Berninger explains.

You can check it out below.

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