BNLX covers Eagles of Death Metal’s “I Love You All the Time” to benefit victims of Paris attacks

Minneapolis noise/psych/punk group BNLX announce the immediate release of their cover of “I Love You All the Time”, a song by Eagles of Death Metal.

In late November, a despicable terror attack occurred at an EODM show in Paris, killing and injuring scores of fans and music industry workers. The members of BNLX were deeply moved by this attack, which struck into the heart of the international music culture in which we have worked and played our entire lives. As a show of solidarity with the victims of the Paris attacks (and all victims of terror), we have responded to the call of EODM to join their Play It Forward Initiative. 100% of the publishing royalties generated by sales and streams of this song through Dec. 31st will go to families of the victims of the attack at Bataclan in Paris. BNLX will also donate all performance royalties generated from streaming or sales to the same cause.

Part of the idea of Play It Forward is for other musicians to donate publishing royalties from covers of their own songs to this cause. In this spirit, BNLX will donate all publishing royalties from any cover version of any of our songs released under the banner of Play It Forward.

For more information on the Play It Forward Initiative and The Sweet Stuff musician charity foundation, please visit these links.

Thank you for your interest in BNLX.