Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home” gets a soulful cover thanks to Swedish indie artist Lykke Li. READ FULL STORY
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Grouplove and Ed Sheeran‘s respective tracks on the upcoming The Fault in Our Stars soundtrack may have given fans all the feels, but if you were looking for a more ballad-y approach, turn your attention to Swedish songstress Lykke Li’s official contribution to the soundtrack, “No One Ever Loved.”
Give it a listen below:
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A Fleetwood Mac tribute album featuring covers by Best Coast, MGMT, and the New Pornographers, among others, will arrive Aug. 14.
Randall Poster, who also organized the Buddy Holly tribute album Rave On Buddy Holly, is producing the album. Covers slated for the release include Antony Hegarty’s version of “Landslide” and Lykke Li’s take on “Silver Springs.”
This isn’t the first time Best Coast has covered Fleetwood Mac. The band, who released a video for Golden State romp “The Only Place” last week, debuted a “Storms” cover on BBC Radio in late April. On the upcoming tribute, they’ll take a crack at “Rhiannon.”
Read the full tracklisting for Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac after the jump: READ FULL STORY
'Grey's Anatomy Vol. 4' soundtrack feat. Cee-Lo, Lykke Li, the National and more -- stream it here EXCLUSIVE
While Grey‘s returns for its eighth season on Sept. 22, the show’s famously synced-up soundtrack is now on its fourth volume, out today.
Grey’s Anatomy Vol. 4, the series’ first outing in four years, contains a calvacade of alt and indie names — Lykke Li, Cee Lo Green, Peter Bjorn & John, the National, Scars on 45, and more.
Lykke Li performing 'Possibility' for the first time ever, on' Unplugged': Watch it here -- EXCLUSIVE
Amongst her seven-song set will be Wounded tracks “Sadness Is a Blessing,” “I Know Places,” and “Jerome,” along with Youth Novel’s “Dance Dance Dance,” and a cover of Big Pink’s “Velvet”—and a song she’s never performed live before, “Possibility,” from the New Moon soundtrack.
The show premiers in full on April 7 at 9 p.m. ET, but you can see “Possiblity” here exclusively first: READ FULL STORY
Late night music alert, Mixers: Franz Ferdinand will play two songs on Jimmy Kimmel this evening, and the lovely Lykke Li (woah, alliteration!) will stop by Last Call with Carson Daly. Unfortunately, neither of the two Franz Ferdinand songs will be their cover of Britney Spears’ "Womanizer." (Am I completely crazy for loving their rendition of it?); they will be playing their Tonight: Franz Ferdinand dance-rock tunes "Ulysses" and "No You Girls," however.
As far as Lykke Li goes, she will be doing a cover — her take on Kings of Leon’s "Knocked Up." Both artists will be heading off this weekend to Coachella, a place where I’m sure I’m not alone when I say: I want to go to there. Desperately. (Be sure to check back to the Music Mix for Whitney Pastorek’s impressions of the festival.) Until then, watch the video for "No You Girls" below and catch both artists on TV tonight.
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