If you’re a Kurt Cobain fan, then 2015 has been a great year for you. With an award winning documentary and now the upcoming release of a never-before-heard solo album, fans of the musician have plenty of new Cobain material to worship over. While working on the Cobain documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck, the film’s director Brett Morgen discovered a lot of unreleased material from the late Nirvana singer. Those recent discoveries are set to be released November 13 as part of a Cobain solo album entitled, Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings.
Another Cobain rarity will also be released this November, a 7″ record featuring a cover of The Beatles “And I Love Her,” and an early demo version of the Nirvana track “Sappy.” That 7″ record featuring the demo will be released November 20, just one week after The Home Recordings release. “Sappy” is featured on the 2004 Nirvana box set, With The Lights Out, but this is the first time we’re hearing the Kurt Cobain solo demo. Although Nirvana mega-fans have claimed that this version has been floating around the internet for quite some time now, this is by far the cleanest mix of “Sappy” to date.