Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit Share New Single ‘What’ve I Done To Help’ Featuring David Crosby

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Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit shared the single “What’ve I Done To Help” featuring guest vocalist David Crosby. The track is the second song released off the band’s upcoming new album, Reunions.

Southeastern Records/Thirty Tigers will issue Reunions on May 15. Isbell recorded Reunions, which includes the previously shared single “Be Afraid,” at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A with longtime collaborator, producer Dave Cobb. Isbell recalled the experience of recording “What’ve I Done To Help” with Crosby, stating:

I’ll never forget doing that. I grew up trying to imitate his harmony parts and trying to figure out what he was doing on those early records. To be around a microphone with him and Amanda [Shires] was pretty special; I felt like I got to be part of an era in music that is long gone.

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“What’ve I Done To Help” also features Rival SonsJay Buchanan and Shires singing harmony. Stream the new track below:

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