Lou Barlow Shares Never-Released Tres Padres Recordings

Back in 2013, Lou Barlow (of Sebadoh and Dinosaur Jr. fame) got together with Imaad Wasif and the Melvins’ Dale Crover and recorded two tracks at Dave Grohl’s 606 Studios. They would go on to name their collaboration Tres Padres, and Barlow mentioned their team-up a few times in interviews, and said that their first official release would be a charity 7-inch. That release never came to be for reasons unknown, but he’s just uploaded the two tracks that they recorded to Youtube. They’re called “Father’s Day” and “A Lot To Maintain,” and you can listen to them below.