Have you ever scrolled through your timeline and happened upon evidence that all your friends went to a sick party you weren’t invited to?
We’re experiencing a similar case of FOMO regarding Jenny Lewis’ epic listening party for her forthcoming album On The Line (out March 22 on Warner Bros.), which live-streamed on YouTube Sunday night. Lewis and and her pal/Saturday Night Live alumnae Vanessa Bayer co-hosted the three-hour extravaganza, which featured a host of famous guests including Jeff Goldblum, Tim Heidecker, Jerry Cohen, Natasha Leggero, Nikki Lane, Jim James, Jason Schwartzman and St. Vincent (plus one of her signature guitars). Lewis also debuted never-before-heard tracks from the record, including “Do Si Do,” which she unpacked with collaborator Beck during the telecast.
If you take a glance at the above screengrab, you’ll notice this party was like a celebrity game of “Where’s Waldo”—look in any direction and you’re bound to spot someone familiar. Other guests included King Tuff, Mac DeMarco and David Arquette, who showed off some wrestling moves with (on?) Heidecker. Cut to 3:17:25 to check out Danielle Haim wrapping up the hoopla with a cover of Rilo Kiley’s “All the Good That Won’t Come Out,” then watch Lewis lead the entire group in a sing-along of “Acid Tongue” from her 2008 album of the same name.
All net proceeds from the night’s On The Line album pre-sale went towards the Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles.
If you’ve got the time, you can watch the entire three hours of shenanigans below. You can revisit Lewis’ latest On The Line single here.