Whores: Listen to their Cover The Cure’s “Jumping Someone Else’s Train”

by | Jan 16, 2014

Several years ago we did a really cool interview with producer Ryan Boesch, the guy who recorded the latest Whores EP Clean.

You know early in his career he actually worked on a Tupac record? It’s a pretty rad story.

Anyway, Whores recorded Clean with Boesch at his own Parhelion Recording Studios in Atlanta, GA. And while the album was put out last October, the band are already back with a new release — this time a split 7″ with Rabbits.

On the split, both bands covered their favorite songs from The Cure. Here’s a stream of Whores’ rendition of “Jumping Someone Else’s Train.” You can pre-order the 7″ here.

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