A.G. Cook to release 49-track album 7G

The mammoth project includes covers of songs by The Strokes and Taylor Swift among many others.

July 30, 2020
A.G. Cook to release 49-track album <I>7G</I> Alaska Reid

A. G. Cook, head of PC Music and one of Charli XCX's key collaborators, has announced details of a new 49-track album to be released next month. 7G is due on August 12 via PC Music and includes a raft of cover versions plus guest vocals from Caroline Polachek, Tommy Cash, and Hannah Diamond among others.


The epic album is split into seven chapters, each one dedicated to a different discipline (Guitar, Spoken Word, Piano etc). In addition to original material from Cook will be his take on indie rock staples The Strokes ("The End Has No End") and Blur ("Beetlebum") plus Sia's "Chandelier" and Taylor Swift song "The Best Day."

You can see the full tracklist below alongside a seven minute 7G megamix, available to stream now.


Disc 1 - A. G. Drums:

1. "A-Z"
2. "Acid Angel"
3. "H2O"
4. "Drum Solo"
5. "Nu Crush"
6. "Gemstone Break"
7. "Silver"


Disc 2 - A. G. Guitar:

1. "Gold Leaf"
2. "Being Harsh"
3. "Undying"
4. "Drink Blood"
5. "Lil Song"
6. "Beetlebum" (Blur cover)
7. "Superstar" (Live at Secret Sky)

Disc 3 - A. G. Supersaw:


1. "Mad Max"
2. "Illuminated Biker Gang"
3. "Soft Landing"
4. "Overheim"
5. "DJ Every Night"
6. "Car Keys"
7. "Dust"

Disc 4 - A. G. Piano:

1. "Oracle"
2. "Note Velocity"
3. "Windows"
4. "Feeling"
5. "Waldhammer"
6. "Polyphloisboisterous"
7. "Anything Could Happen"


Disc 5 - A. G. Nord:

1. "Behind Glass"
2. "Oohu"
3. "The Best Day" (Taylor Swift cover)
4. "Triptych Demon"
5. "Official" (Charli XCX cover)
6. "Crimson"
7. "Life Speed"

Disc 6 - A. G. Spoken Word:


1. "Could It Be"
2. "The End Has No End" (The Strokes cover)
3. "No Yeah"
4. "Green Beauty"
5. "Unreal"
6. "2021"
7. "Hold On"

Disc 7 - A. G. Extreme Vocals:

1. "Today" (Smashing Pumpkins cover)
2. "Chandelier" (Sia cover)
3. "Idyll" (Life Sim cover)
4. "Show Me What" feat. Cecile Believe
5. "Somers Tape"
6. "Crimson and Clover" (Tommy James and Shondells cover)
7. "Alright"

A.G. Cook to release 49-track album 7G