NEWS: Corona Logic: 28-track Super Furry Animals covers album announced in aid of Llamau 1

NEWS: Corona Logic: 28-track Super Furry Animals covers album announced in aid of Llamau

‘Corona Logic’ is a 2-volume digital release with 28 Welsh or Welsh-based artists contributing cover versions of Super Furry Animals songs. It will be completely free to stream and download on Bandcamp from Friday 26th March 2021. It features contributions from members of Welsh Music Prize winners Adwaith, The Gentle Good, Carwyn Ellis, Keys, Accü, Los Blancos, Carys Eleri, The Hepburns, Martin Carr of Boo Radleys, SYBS, Bandicoot, Clwb Fuzz, CVC, Wibidi, Sister Wives, Al Moses, Tacsidermi and many more.

CORONA LOGIC VOL1 TRACKS medThe brainchild of designer Jon Mlynarsk, this is his fourth Corona charity album released during lockdown. Last year saw Welsh musicians interpret the songs of The Velvet Underground, The Beatles and David Bowie. He told Dave Owens at Nation that: “The whole premise of this is that it gives musicians who don’t have anything to do because they’re in lockdown, it gives them something to do. It keeps them busy and gives them something to focus on. It also raises a few quid for a brilliant charity and it’s a nice way to say thank you to the Super Furries for being amazing. It’s a bit of fun and hopefully we can raise some money to help young homeless people.”

Mlynarsk is strongly encouraging people to donate to Llamau: “Our mission is to eradicate homelessness for young people and vulnerable women. For thousands of the most vulnerable people in Wales, homelessness is a frightening reality. End homelessness and change futures” 

CORONA LOGIC VOL 2 TRACKS medPete Fowler, the Super Furries legendary sleeve artist has also created beautiful bespoke artwork for the project combining many elements of his iconic sleeve designs. Search ‘Corona Logic’ on There you will find the album and links to donate to Llamau.

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