Back in 2013, the National performed their song, “Sorrow” -- which appeared on 2010’s High Violet -- on a loop for six hours straight for a MoMA PS1 Sunday Sessions exhibition in Queens, helmed by Icelandic artist Ragner Kjartansson. Now, that performance is being released in a nine-LP box set appropriately dubbed, A Lot of Sorrow.

The Cincinnati-hailing alt-rockers played the song -- which only runs for three minutes and some change -- more than 100 times for the show in front of a dry ice sculpture.

4AD will release 1,500 copies of the limited-edition box set, which will arrive in stores on June 22. The nine-LP set will be pressed on clear vinyl and cased in translucent, screen-printed cases. Check out a photo below:

The National, 'A Lot of Sorrow'

All proceeds for A Lot of Sorrow will benefit Partners in Health. If you're in the mood to mope to the same song for six hours, you can pre-order your copy here.

The National recently released a brand-new song featuring Sharon Van Etten called, “Sunshine on My Back.” It’s their first new music since 2013’s Trouble Will Find Me.

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