Rancid’s Tim Armstrong will be releasing a 7-inch of his song (as Tim Timebomb) “Life’s For Living” on Wild Honey Records with the proceeds going towards a volunteer built COVID-19 field hospital in Bergamo, Italy. The 7-inch will also feature two covers, Rancid’s “It’s Quite Alright” and “The Times They Are A-Changing” by Bob Dylan. The songs are also available on Bandcamp. According to Bandcamp, the vinyl will ship “on or around May 28”. Check out the songs below.
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