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On Rosie Thomas ’new Bjork cover, Sufjan Stevens sings backing vocals from The Shins, Iron & Wine.

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Sufjan Stevens, Tires and Iron and wine all on Rosie Thomas ’new cover Bjork‘It’s all full of love’ – scroll down the page to listen now.

This track is part of Thomas ’“ Lullabies for Parents ”series, a multimedia that brings together music, podcasts, videos, essays, and more to“ appeal to parents and help them calm themselves down ”.

All the Indian stars involved by the Nashville musician will present beka-vocals in a new version of Björk’s 1997 track. The original was first released on the third album “Homogenic” before the Icelandic star was released as a single in 1999.

Thomas ’version adds layers to the vocals and piano to create something calm and convincing, losing the beats and harp waves of the original song. Listen to it now below.

The new film “All Is Full Of Love” by Stevens, The Shins and Iron & Wine also features vocals by Alexei Murdoch, The Head And The Heart’s Charity Theilen, The Lone Bellow’s Kanene Pipkin, William Fitzsimmons, and Dawn Landes. Audrey Assad, Lee Nash, Denison Whitmer, Josh Ottum, Bo Jennings, Kyshona Armstrong, Kevin Brace, Baster Shoop, Alvi Shoop and Jeff Shoop.

“Cradles for Parents” will be released on April 4 and Pre-orders are available on Thomas’s Bandcamp page.

Last year, Stevens addressed the groups at a year-end meeting any group offers a divorce after 10 years together. In his list of favorite albums in 2021, he wrote in “Number Seven”: “Any band that is still together after 10 years – Please. Break; break up; stop. Make your solo albums. Continue. F–. ”

Earlier, the musician had announced this he himself took a break from music, despite having three albums in his works. “I think it’s time to relax and step back and just be,” he said. “And listen.”



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