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Lucy Dacus is celebrating Halloween with an eerie cover of ‘In The Air Tonight’

Her new covers EP will arrive later this year.
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Published: 3:13 pm, October 08, 2019
Lucy Dacus is celebrating Halloween with an eerie cover of ‘In The Air Tonight’

Lucy Dacus is celebrating Halloween with an eerie cover of ‘In The Air Tonight’.

“[It's] perhaps the best eerie bop of all time, and certainly the best drum fill," says Lucy. "The image in the first verse is so unsettling- watching someone watch someone drown without moving to save them.

"People have wondered if this is something Phil Collins really witnessed, but the song is actually just a manifestation of his anger and frustration about his divorce. It's tense, dark, and so much fun, as a good Halloween should be. This was the most fun I've ever had in a studio."

It's the latest song in her '2019' song series, following on from tributes to the 4th of July, US Mother's Day, Valentine's Day and more as part of a run of songs commemorating key dates through the year.

The tracks will be compiled into an EP - along with a cover of ‘Last Christmas’, and an original ode to New Years titled ‘Fools Gold’ - for release on 8th November.

Check out ‘In The Air Tonight’ below.

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