Watch ‘Do Not Seek Absolution’ Performed Live From The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: The Housebuilding EP!

The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: The Housebuilding EP Vinyl | Lakeshore Records & Roxkstar Games

Have you been enjoying The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: The Housebuilding EP?  Here is “Do Not Seek Absolution” (track 5), the final live performance we share with you performed by David Ferguson, Matt Sweeney and band.  To get the lowdown on this delightful session recorded at The Butcher Shoppe, check out Sweeney and Ferguson’s podcast interview with American Songwriter.  They set the record straight on how they began their journey of writing songs for this award-winning game. 

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The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: The Housebuilding EP is a special release featuring previously unreleased tracks from the blockbuster videogame including the fan-favorite “The Housebuilding Song,” along with four additional songs from the world of Red Dead Redemption 2 by David Ferguson and Matt Sweeney. Nashville’s David Ferguson grew up as the right-hand man for Johnny Cash and “Cowboy” Jack Clement and is known for his production work on Sturgill Simpson hit albums “A Sailor’s Guide To Earth” and “The Butcher Shoppe Sessions.” NYC’s Matt Sweeney is a guitarist, composer and producer whose work can be heard on albums by Johnny Cash, Adele, Run The Jewels, and Iggy Pop, along with his celebrated collaborations with Bonnie Prince Billy and Chavez.
 

Track List

The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: The Housebuilding EP 
David Ferguson and Matt Sweeney 

  1. 01The Housebuilding Song – David Ferguson
  2. 02A Strange Kindness – David Ferguson and Matt Sweeney
  3. A Quiet Time – David Ferguson and Matt Sweeney
  4. 04The Course Of True Love – David Ferguson and Matt Sweeney
  5. 05Do Not Seek Absolution – David Ferguson and Matt Sweeney

 
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