you set fire to my heart…

starstruck

Brighton’s Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes releases her sophmore album, Two Suns on April 6, 2009.  With help from special guests including Scott Walker, Yeasayer and her destructive alter ego, Pearl, Bat for Lashes’ sound provides a heart-wrenching experiment of vivid imagery, intimate lyrics, cascading keys, heavy percussion and restless beats. Dedicated to the follow up to 2006’s Fur & Gold,  Two Suns is personally described best as “a record of modern-day fables exploring dualities on a number of levels – two lovers, two planets, two sides of a personality,”  and with a deep philosophy based on “the self and duality, examining the need for both chaos and balance, for both love and pain, in addition to touching on metaphysical ideas concerning the connections between all existence.”


L I S T E N

Daniel
[Two Suns, 2009]

Sweet Dreams

What’s a Girl to Do?

[From the BBC Radio One Live Lounge, a single from Fur & Gold, and a cover of the Eurythmics]

A R T W O R K
Karolina Partyka

5 Responses

  1. Karolina Partyka

    So I just discovered my illustration here. Always surprising!
    Thanks for crediting me. x

    Reply
  2. Kandace

    Thanks so much! This has really opened me up to Ms. Khan’s music!!

    Reply

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