Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy has shared two previously unreleased singles via Sub Pop, with “C’mon America” as the A-Side and “UR-60 Unsent” as the B-Side. The release comes as part of the Sub Pop Singles Club.

Tweedy joins a long list of artists to appear on the Sub Pop Singles Club, including NirvanaThe Reverend Horton HeatThe White Stripes, and Soundgarden.

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The record’s A-Side track, “C’mon America”, arrives “from an unreleased group of songs with mostly sci-fi lyrics,” according to Stereogum. It hears Tweedy question America’s next move “now that the world has turned against” us. Though his lyrics carry an apathetic tone, he counterbalanced that apathy with a headstrong strumming pattern and distorted guitar licks.

“UR-60 Unsent” lacks the energy of “C’mon America”. Instead, Tweedy trades that energy for slowly creeping lyrics as he strums an acoustic guitar over the song’s 2:22 runtime. Arriving as “a pitiful tale of an unsent lovesick mixtape, taken from a separate batch of unreleased songs with mostly pitiful lyrics,” the B-Side certainly shows a different look from Tweedy when compared to the A-Side.

Check out both of the new Jeff Tweedy Sub Pop Singles Club tracks below and scroll down for the full playlist.

In other Tweedy news, Wilco announced the return of the band’s Solid Sound Festival, set to take place at MASS MoCa in North Adams, MA May 27th–29th, 2022. The Wilco-curated multi-disciplinary music and arts festival hasn’t occurred since June 2019.

More information, including tickets and an artist lineup, is expected to arrive soon. Keep an eye on the Solid Sound Festival website for updates on the 2022 event.

Jeff Tweedy – “C’mon America”

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Jeff Tweedy – “UR-60 Unsent”

[Video: Various Artists – Topic]

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[H/T Stereogum]