Friday, February 25, 2011

Bat For Lashes recorded a sublime version of "Strangelove" by Depeche Mode

I was not very fond of Bat For Lashes, war or alias name used by the British diva Natasha Khan, but after the sublime version of 'Strangelove', which has recorded withdraw all my misgivings for having considered a product of a label multirnacional . A Bat For Lashes is expecting her third album, which seems to being finalized, but as Trant has chosen the hit that Depeche Mode released in 1987 to give back and give it completely with a very different aroma.

And I say aroma with intention, because this cover of Strangelove not be published, at least for now, but is the jingle of the campaign of expensive perfume. It is Guilty For Him the new fragrance from Gucci, the luxury brand PPR empire, which the singer has chosen London to give the touch he needed on this subject: bold, poisonous, with a musical scratch the Far East, in ultimately captivating.

Nothing to do with what they did Friendly Fires on the same topic for Guilty For Women, more indie, less bold and less chicha that Bat For Lashes. And, searching, searching, I came across to me addictive version that Khan did in the past of 'A Forest' by The Cure. Bravo for her.

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