Caroline Weeks - "Elegy" (MP3)

by Joe Tacopino

24 February 2009

 

Caroline Weeks, the multi-instrumentalist in Bat for Lashes, will release her debut solo album in April. The album, entitled Songs for Edna, contains nine songs of minimalist folk which borrow lyrics from renowned poet Edna St. Vincent-Millay. “Elegy” is a sparse, mournful rendition of St. Vincent-Millay’s dark poem of the same name.

Caroline Weeks
“Elegy” [MP3]
     

 

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