Indie rockers Iron and Wine have issued a cover of Little Feat's 'Trouble' to include as the B-side to 'One More Try,' the George Michael song they previously contributed to indie label Suicide Squeeze's current singles series. The 7" single is titled 'Two Sides of George' -- in honor, of course, of George Michael and Lowell George of the classic rock act Little Feat -- and will be produced in a limited run of 750 via Suicide Squeeze. It drops on June 26, but the record is already sold out.

The tune 'Trouble' originally appeared on Little Feat's 1972 album 'Sailin' Shoes.' Lowell George also is known for his previous work with Frank Zappa's Mothers of Invention, and appeared on their classic 1970 release 'Weasels Ripped My Flesh.'

Iron and Wine don't appear to have any concerts scheduled for this summer beyond a smattering of North American festival appearances and a one-off concert with My Morning Jacket scheduled for September 12 in Los Angeles. Check out their complete schedule here.

Iron and Wine recently supplied their tune 'Each Coming Night' to be the soundtrack to a commercial for Chevy Sonic automobiles featuring a scene with some night swimming.

Listen to Iron and Wine Cover Little Feat's 'Trouble'