After years of work, the massive 59-track tribute to the Grateful Dead was released yesterday, May 20th. Titled Day Of The Dead, the five-plus hour tribute album features some incredible contributions from a diverse array of performers, including  Wilco, Flaming Lips, Bruce Hornsby, Jim James, The War On Drugs, Fucked Up, Belá Fleck, The Lone Bellow, and more. You can find the Spotify stream here.

To celebrate the new release, brothers Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National were featured on CBS This MorningWith the Grateful Dead back in the public eye, and proceeds from Day Of The Dead going to Red Hot Organization, a charity that promotes AIDS/HIV research, there was certainly a lot to talk about.

After the brothers were interviewed on the show, they assembled their band for a performance of “Peggy-O,” which they’d famously played live with Bob Weir in 2014. The show also featured a performance from Bonnie “Prince” Billy, who performed his cover of the Grateful Dead rarity “If I Had The World To Give.” You can watch videos of the Dessners’ interview and the two performances below.

The National – “Peggy-O”

Bonnie “Prince” Billy – “If I Had The World To Give”