Ahead of releasing his debut album later this fall, Logan Ledger is sharing another taste of the project. "Oh Sister," a Bob Dylan cover, remains a duet as its original version is, this time with singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews.

Dylan originally recorded "Oh Sister" in 1976, with Emmylou Harris. On this new release, Andrews' voice intertwines with Legder's perfectly, and adds a haunting yet soothing warmth to the song. The two met shortly before they got in the studio together.

"I was just so excited, and we went in there, and I mean, it was just magical," Ledger shares. "It's a sacred song, and, you know, it's another song for troubled times."

Ledger's self-titled record is due out on Oct. 4. One of The Boot's 2019 Artists to Watch, Ledger explains his darker country sound in a press release as "that gloomy, nocturnal, San Francisco / Ocean Beach vibe."

“I’ve always believed that in order to create something new with purpose, one must be steeped in the past and work from within the tradition,” Ledger says of his new music. “It has more gravity that way.”

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