Sweetheart 2014 is an upcoming compilation disc to Starbucks for Valentine's Day. It features the likes of Fiona Apple, Vampire Weekend, Beck, and Jim James. Phosphorescent are streaming their contribution to the record, a cover of Bob Dylan's song 'Tomorrow is a Long Time'. The album is out on 4 February, just in time for you to go pick it up for your sweetheart (or yourself, either/or).

In an interview with Stereogum, Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck said that 'Tomorrow' is "one of the most longing-est songs I’ve ever heard. It’s special I think in that such a sparse, slight thing can carry so much emotion in just these few lines and chords. Just a simple direct declaration of love and devotion and longing In a word: perfect."

Built to Spill are also Dylan fans, as they've chosen to rework 'Jokerman'. The song is for the upcoming Bob Dylan tribute album Bob Dylan in the 80s ('Jokerman' was released in 1983, if you were curious). That album is out on 25th March and also has Bonnie "Prince" Billy, The Hold Steady, Blitzen Trapper, and more contributing. Stream 'Tomorrow' below, and check out 'Jokerman' at Rolling Stone.

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