Director Brett Morgen’s Nirvana documentary, Montage of Heck, is the gift that just keeps giving. While researching Kurt Cobain‘s life for the critically acclaimed film, Morgen was able to uncover a plethora of previously unheard or seen information on the late musician. Most of this was used for the film itself, but fans have more to look forward to- with the release of previously unheard B-side Sappy slated for release alongside the frontman’s acoustic take on The Beatles track, And I Love Her.
Cobain’s take on The Beatles song has already been used for the documentary, but will be released as a 7-inch vinyl single in late November. The existence of the track has drawn surprise from some, as in the past, Cobain has asserted his dislike for Paul McCartney, who wrote the song.
The vinyl is set for release a full two weeks after the scheduled release date for the Montage of Heck companion album, a collection of rare and unreleased Cobain solo material that Morgen gathered through his extensive research into the musician’s life. The track list is yet to be released, so it’s currently unknown if the cover, or Sappy will make it onto the album.
“It’s curated to feel as though one were sitting in Kurt’s living room watching him create over the course of an afternoon,” Morgen previously told Billboard about the November 6th LP, adding that the songs range “from thrash to ragtime and everything in between.”
You can pre-order the vinyl here, and listen to And I Love Her below.