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Anna Calvi has shared a reworking of her track 'Eden', featuring Charlotte Gainsbourg

Her new reworked album is out on 6th March.
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Published: 11:16 am, February 17, 2020
Anna Calvi has shared a reworking of her track 'Eden', featuring Charlotte Gainsbourg

Anna Calvi has shared a reworking of her track 'Eden', featuring Charlotte Gainsbourg.

The track appears on 'Hunted', a new take on Calvi's recent album 'Hunter', created with the help of Courtney Barnett, Joe Talbot, Julia Holter and more.

“During a break from touring I went back and listened to the first recordings I ever made of ‘Hunter’," Anna explains. "These recordings capture the very moment I first wrote these songs, and recorded them on my own, in my attic studio.

"I find something especially intimate about sharing these most private recordings with my favourite singers and asking them to lend their voices and artistic sensibility."

She adds: “Charlotte Gainsbourg has taught me so much as a singer, in how the most quiet of utterances can be the most dramatic and powerful of all. When I was writing Eden I had Charlotte’s voice in my head - there’s a secrecy and quiet power to this song that always made me think of her. It’s a dream come true to have collaborated with her.”

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