In this video filmed for The Voice Project, an online series that raises money for troubled women in Uganda, members of the Canadian indie rock collective Broken Social Scene perform a cover of Modest Mouse's tune "The World At Large." After chatting amongst themselves about how to approach their arrangement for the song, the band settle into a version that holds on to the original's numb, shell-shocked beauty while adding ambient keyboards and a mournful lead saxophone.
Broken Social Scene Cover Modest Mouse's 'World At Large'
Indie collective put their own spin on 'The World At Large'
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