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August 27, 2009 at 05:15 PM EDT

You may not know Cory Chisel‘s name; after all, his catalog so far consists of a two self-released albums and one major-label EP, last year’s folk-pastoral Cabin Ghosts.

But the 28-year-old rocker from Appleton, Wisconsin, has already pulled a few famous friends into his musical orbit: Guitarist Blake Mills (Band of Horses, Jenny Lewis), session drummer Matt Chamberlain (Regina Spektor, Fiona Apple) and bassist “Little” Jack Lawrence (Raconteurs, The Dead Weather).

All three appear on the exclusive track streaming below, the hushed, rueful “So Wrong for Me,” recorded at Nashville’s famous Blackbird Studios:

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What do you think, Music Mixers? Are you feeling the Springsteen-circa-Nebraska vibes and co-ed harmonies with bandmate Adriel Harris (pictured above left)? Will you be making time for his official full-length debut, Death Won’t Send A Letter (other guests include Brendan Benson and My Morning Jacket’s Carl Broemel) on September 29?

More from EW’s Music Mix:

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