Ready to get folked up?
Earlier this year, indie-country stalwart Bonnie “Prince” Billy (né Will Oldham) and Faun Fables mastermind Dawn McCarthy teamed up for an Everly Brothers cover album, What the Brothers Sang. Among the duets on the Drag City-released album is “Omaha,” for which they commissioned multimedia artist Ben Russell to make a video — and you can watch it exclusively here.
The clip features both singers’ faces the entire time as a series of other arty images come and go in the background. It is, we think you’ll find, a bit hypnotic.
Catch their video for “Omaha” below:
To see Oldham and McCarthy bring their Everly Brothers numbers to life live, catch them at the following dates:
|7/20/13||Dawson City Music Festival||Dawson||YT||Canada|
|7/21/13||Dawson City Music Festival||Dawson||YT||Canada|
|7/28/13||Newport Folk Festival||Newport||RI|
|7/29/13||Town Hall||New York||NY|
|7/31/13||Sixth & I Historic Synagogue||Washington||DC|
|8/2/13||Wexner Center for the Arts||Columbus||OH|
|8/3/13||The Southgate House Revival||Newport||KY|
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