Monday 12 November 2018

Music Mondays: Kiesza covers Hozier

Your insider catchup with what's new in music this week.

by Nialler9


Kiesza covers Hozier


In an effort to prove she's not just an awesome electro-pop singer and dancer, the Hideaway woman Kiesza (pronounced like Kayza), has released an acoustic cover of Hozier's Take Me To Church.

Speaking of Hozier, he has a new song...


Before his album comes out in September, Hozier has debuted a live video version of the song In A Week, that will feature on the album. The duet, recorded at Killkenny Castle with Karen Crowley, is about a couple of lovers whose bodies are found in a field. Can't wait for the dance remix.


But seriously, you can get a download of the track if you share it via the site.




Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koening appears on new SBTRKT song


SBTRKT is back with a new album called Wonder Where We Land, out September 19th and among the guests are Warpaint,  Chairlift's Caroline Polachek, Jessie Ware, Sampha, A$AP Ferg and this weird New York-related turn from Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koening with the lyrics:


Flags flapping in Manhattan

New dorp, New York

Gargoyles gargling oil

Peak of the empire

Top of the rock



From the “You couldn't make it up” department


A tree memorial to George Harrison planted in an LA park has been killed by... beetles.

The tree planted in 2004 in Griffith Park was victim to an insect infestation.

The tree is due to be replaced.


Live video of the week


Footage of Kanye performing in a store in New York in 1996 has surfaced.  “It ain’t original because I stole it from the future,” he raps.



Music video of the week


The video for Tensnake's Fear Of Love has some Monty Python / Woody Allen aspirations. NSFW.



Pop song of the week


Kimbra - 'Miracle'

The new one from New Zealand singer's new album The Golden Echo is a disco pop jam.



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