- The Norwegian craftsman’s new EP will likewise incorporate a front of Patrick Swayze’s ‘She’s Like The Wind.’
- Annie has shared her unique interpretation of The Jesus And Mary Chain’s exemplary 1985 track ‘Actually Like Honey’ as a component of another EP discharge.
Understand MORE: The Jesus and Mary Chain: “There’s no spot on the planet for us”. The cover is expected to show up on the Norwegian artist’s upcoming ‘Neon Nights EP,’ her first delivery since last year’s ‘Dull Hearts’ collection. The EP will likewise incorporate a front of Patrick Swayze’s ‘She’s Like The Wind,’ just as last month’s Jake Shears cooperation ‘Neon Lights.’
Pay attention to Annie’s rendition of ‘Actually Like Honey’ and look at the tracklist for the ‘Neon Nights EP’ beneath.
‘Neon Nights’ EP tracklist:
- ‘Annie’s Love Theme’
- ‘Neon Lights’ (accomplishment. Jake Shears)
- ‘Actually Like Honey’
- ‘She’s Like The Wind’
- ‘April (Richard X Production)’
2020’s ‘Dim Hearts’ was Annie’s first new collection in longer than ten years. Talking about getting back to music last year, the vocalist said: “I did a ton of recording while I was pregnant, vomiting while I was singing. Then, Stefan needed to go out to get me licorice, yet I figured out how to do some very great vocals.”
She additionally called the record “the best collection I’ve done as such far,” adding: “Every one of the tracks fit so entirely together – the topics are not too far off.” The Jesus and Mary Chain, in the meantime, affirmed they are suing Warner Music Group for copyright encroachment last month, with the band looking for $2.5million (£1,771,825) in harms.
The claim, recorded in a California government court, was brought by bandleaders Jim and William Reid. The siblings and their legal advisor guarantee Warner is declining to give up responsibility for the band’s initial list, including the original 1985 introduction collection ‘Psychocandy,’ which highlights ‘Actually Like Honey.’