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Secretly Canadian Celebrates 25th Anniversary With Reissues, Singles

Label is aiming to raise $250,000 to fight homelessness in Bloomington, Indiana

Stella Donnelly performs on stage at Scala on May 07, 2019 in London, England.

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Secretly Canadian will celebrate its 25th anniversary this summer with a series of reissues, singles, and more — raising money to fight homelessness in Bloomington, Indiana.

The label kicked off their year-long SC25 project with reissues of the War on Drugs’ Wagonwheel Blues, Jens Lekman’s When I Said I Wanted to Be Your Dog, Tig Notaro’s Live, and Whitney’s Light Upon the Lake, all out June 4th. They also announced a singles series — featuring covers, rarities, and more — starting with Stella Donnelly tackling Lekman’s “If I Could Cry (It Would Feel Like This)” and Porridge Radio’s take on Scout Niblett’s “Wet Road.”