Skullcrusher Covers Radiohead’s “Lift”: Listen

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Helen Ballentine has additionally shared a brand new track referred to as “Farm”

Skullcrusher, picture by Silken Weinberg & Angela Ricciardi

Helen Ballentine, higher generally known as Skullcrusher, has launched a brand new track, “Farm,” and coated Radiohead’s long-lost OK Computer–period observe “Lift.” Ballentine recorded and co-produced the tracks with Noah Weinman, who additionally labored on her debut Skullcrusher EP. Hear the “Lift” cowl and watch a video for “Farm” (directed by Silken Weinberg & Angela Ricciardi) under.

In a press launch, Helen Ballentine stated of her new track:

“Farm” was created out of time I spent reflecting on my childhood and household. The strategy of growing it to its present model ended up being actually tied to those reflections. Noah and I have been visiting my household on the East Coast when the choice was made to launch it within the coming months. We went as much as a studio in Woodstock, a pair hours from the place I grew up, and recorded the track in a day. I used to be in a position to collect quite a lot of actually nostalgic sounds from the world: crickets, cicadas, the seaside in Connecticut, and the creaking of outdated properties. I had the power to essentially speak by the recollections and feelings of the track and the way they could possibly be manifested sonically.

Read “Why Radiohead Finally Releasing ‘Lift’ Matters” and “Inside Radiohead’s ‘Lift’ Video: Director Oscar Hudson on Planting Easter Eggs for Diehard Fans” on the Pitch.



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