‘Songs That Saved My Life’ Compilation Benefitting Suicide Prevention: Details
Hopeless Records will release the 12-track album Songs That Saved My Life on Friday (Nov. 9), a compilation to benefit mental health and suicide prevention organizations.
The album will feature Neck Deep, Stand Atlantic, Against Me!, Taking Back Sunday and The Maine, who will take on classic tracks from Natalie Imbruglia, Modern Baseball, The Jim Carroll Band, Smashing Pumpkins and Death Cab For Cutie.
The comp from Hopeless’ non-profit Sub City Records arm will benefit a number of charities, including Crisis Text Line, Hope For The Day, The Trevor Project and To Write Love On Her Arms, through songs that have played a pivotal role in the lives of artists and fans, according to a statement announcing the project.
“Linkin Park helped shape us as people and musicians and their music aided us during the darkest times and helped inspire the music we make today,” Dream State singer CJ Gilpin said in a statement.
Pre-order the album here, and check out the track listing of Songs That Saved My Life below.
Neck Deep – “Torn” (Natalie Imbruglia)
Movements – “Losing My Religion” (R.E.M.)
Stand Atlantic – “Your Graduation” (Modern Baseball)
Dance Gavin Dance – “Semi Charmed Life” (Third Eye Blind)
Against Me! – “People Who Died” (The Jim Carroll Band)
Taking Back Sunday – “Bullet With Butterfly Wings” (Smashing Pumpkins)
Dream State – “Crawling” (Linkin Park)
As It Is – “Such Great Heights” (The Postal Service)
Oceans Ate Alaska – “Shape of my Heart” (Sting)
Too Close To Touch – “Let It Be” (The Beatles)
Dan Campbell & Ace Enders – “Broom People” (The Mountain Goats)
The Maine – “Transatlanticism” (Death Cab For Cutie)
Watch Neck Deep’s cover of “Torn” and listen to Dream State’s version of “Crawling” below.