HATCHIE + THE PAINS OF BEING PURE AT HEART cover Jesus & Mary Chain/Hope Sandoval’s “Sometimes Always”- Proceeds to charities

June 5, 2020
Photo Credit: Sophie Hur

– Share cover of The Jesus & Mary Chain and Hope Sandoval’s “Sometimes Always”
– 7″ single “Sometimes Always”/”Adored” out June 20th

– 100% of Bandcamp Day sales to The Movement for Black Lives and The Loveland Foundation

Brisbane, Australia’s Hatchie has announced a collaboration with The Pains of Being Pure at Heart for a new 7” featuring a cover of Sometimes Always,” The Jesus and Mary Chain’s collaboration with Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval from 1994. The 7″s b-side is the 2018 Adult Swim single Adored,” available physically for the first time.

The limited “Sometimes Always” 7” is available for pre-order and due June 20th via Double Double Whammy and Heavenly/Ivy League. 100% of sales from this release on Bandcamp Day this Friday, June 5 will be donated to The Movement for Black Lives and The Loveland Foundation.

Of the release Hatchie’s Harriette Pilbeam says: “it was a dream come true to record this cover of one of my favourite collaborations with one of my favourite artists. I’m so glad it’s finally getting released because it’s extra special to me.”

Double Double Whammy · Hatchie & The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – Sometimes Always

Pre-order the 7″ from June 5th at

The Movement for Black Lives
The Movement for Black Lives Fund supports Black-led rapid response efforts and long-term strategy, policy and infrastructure investments in the movement ecosystem. Your dollars will be put to work where they are needed most.

The Movement for Black Lives is made up of hundreds of organizations that coordinate actions, messages and campaigns. Organizations like: Black Alliance for Justice Immigration, Blackbird, Black Lives Matter Network, Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity, Blackout Collective, Black Youth Project 100, Color of Change, Dignity and Power Now, Freedom Inc, Million Hoodies Movement for Justice, Organization for Black Struggle, Project South, Southerners on New Ground, UndocuBlack Network, Law4Black Lives, Black Movement Law Project, Community Justice Project and many others.

The Loveland Foundation
The Loveland Foundation is a non-profit that provides financial assistance for Black women and girls seeking mental health support.

More about Hatchie:
Last year, Hatchie released her critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Keepsake‘ , which The New York Times called “blissed-out but not blissful synth-pop,” and NPR hailed as “gorgeous, fuzz-drenched dream-pop.” VICE praised the songwriting as “timeless and inviting” and Paste called it “life affirming… every track here is a knockout.” ‘Keepsake’ is out now via Heavenly – details here.


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