Clem Snide and Scott Avett were the latest contributors to the new remote version of NPR‘s Tiny Desk program. The popular concert series has since gone digital due to the global pandemic, forcing musicians to record from home.

Snide, also known as Israeli-American musician Eef Barzelay, joined one-half of the Avett Brothers in his barn to perform a selection of songs from Snide’s Forever Just Beyond. Avett is featured throughout the album, released in March, as well as produced it.

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From Avett’s rustic barn in rural North Carolina, the two start off with “The Stuff of Us”. Avett once again finds his rhythm as one half of a two-piece, providing support on a variety of stringed instruments in addition to vocals. Next on “Jews For Jesus Blues”, the two musicians join in on a tune of redemption that sounds like it could have been written by a penitent John Prine rather than a foreign-born singer. With the next two songs, “Some Ghost” and “Roger Ebert”, the musicians melt into the rustic background of Avett’s barn as Scott dons an acoustic guitar. Between the crowing of a nearby rooster, and what looks like a fresh wood desk made just for the occasion, this environment seems so much more natural for a performance from Snide and Avett than any other desk could be.

Watch Clem Snide and Scott Avett perform for NPR’s Tiny Desk from exactly six feet away (there’s a tape measure to prove it).

Clem Snide, Scott Avett — Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

[Video: NPR Music]

Snide is set to hit the road on a summer tour beginning on July 16th with a show at Natalie’s Music Hall & Kitchen in Columbus, OH. Even though these rooms are smaller than many of the other acts who have been forced to cancel their tours were set to play in, the likelihood is high that state-mandated social distancing requirements will keep him from playing those shows. Stay tuned to his website for any announcements.