Early last month, FADER cover star Billie Eilish and her brother FINNEAS played 11 songs at the Blue Room in Nashville, the live performance space inside Jack White's Third Man Records HQ. The full acoustic set was recorded directly to acetate using a 1953 Scully lathe that used to belong to the legendary King Records, and the result of that session is finally ready for release. Live At Third Man is due out on vinyl this Friday, December 6, at Third Man's stores in Nashville and Detroit.
Two versions of the record will be up for sale when those locations open their doors at 10 a.m. on Friday: a green vinyl edition available in both Nashville and Detroit, and a few black and blue split-color versions, the art for which was designed by Eilish herself on the day of recording, available only in Nashville. Find a video of Eilish creating the artwork below, and read our cover story on the pop star here.