Snail Mail and Thurston Moore Cover Lou Reed’s “Satellite of Love”: Watch

Lindsey Jordan and Thurston Moore, photo by Alysse Gafkjen and courtesy of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation

Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan and Thurston Moore joined forces for a new Fender campaign, where they covered the Lou Reed classic “Satellite of Love,” as Stereogum notes. They help launch the Vintera II series with Jordan playing a 1960s Stratocaster and Moore playing a ’70s Jaguar. Watch it happen below.

“It was a huge pleasure to get to fan out about Lou Reed with one of my favorite guitar players of all time,” Jordan said in the company’s press release. “The guitar that I learned to play on when I was six was a mini-Stratocaster and it always feels like second nature to get one in my hands.”

The series also includes the trio of Josh Klinghoffer, Steve McDonald, and Nick Reinhart playing the Beatles’ “I Want You (She’s So Heavy).” Another features Madison Cunningham playing “I Only Have Eyes for You” with Wendy Melvoin.

Moore recently released his new memoir, Sonic Life. Jordan’s last Snail Mail studio album was 2021’s Valentine.

Originally Appeared on Pitchfork