So it almost definitely looks like Jeff Tweedy is going to be putting out a new song every week until his debut solo album releases. The sixth, 'Low Key,' makes its premiere on Rolling Stone today.

And while the upcoming album, ‘Sukierae,’ due on Sept. 23, is technically credited to Tweedy, his new band, it is, for all intents and purposes, a solo record with help from some friends, like his 18-year-old son Spencer on drums.

"You think your opinion is always affected by parental pride," Tweedy tells Rolling Stone. "But I realized he's a f---ing drumming savant." You can listen to 'Low Key' here:

If you've been keeping score, here's what Tweedy has released over the past several weeks: ‘I’ll Sing It,’ ‘Summer Noon,' ‘Wait for Love,’ ‘Diamond Light – Part 1’ and 'Fake Fur Coat,' which he also performed on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' last week.

Other performers on the Wilco frontman's debut solo offering include former R.E.M. sideman Scott McCaughey and Lucius‘ Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig.

And here's the video for 'Summer Noon,' which is the first official single from ‘Sukierae’: