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Waxahatchee’s 2020 album, Saint Cloud just hit its one-year anniversary, and to celebrate the landmark, Kate Crutchfield did what 2020 wrought for musicians:  a live-streamed show. The content within that livestream beautifully evolved into a deluxe edition of Saint Cloud featuring three covers: Lucinda Williams‘ “Fruits of My Labor,” Dolly Parton’s 1977 gem “Light of a Clear…

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Tracks appear on deluxe edition of Katie Crutchfield’s 2020 album, Saint Cloud For more, check out: (Source)

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Waxahatchee’s Saint Cloud — one of the very best albums of 2020 — came out a year ago this past weekend. Katie Crutchfield celebrated the anniversary with a livestreamed show where she played through the album in full and today she’s releasing a deluxe edition of Saint Cloud with three covers attached. Those covers are of Lucinda Williams’ “Fruits Of My Labor” (which Crutchfield has performed live at least once before), Dolly Parton’s “Light Of A Clear Blue Morning,” and Bruce Springsteen’s “Streets Of Philadelphia.” Listen to all three of them below.

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Waxahatchee singer-songwriter admires how Apple turns ‘this stereotype of women’s emotions, the idea of the hysterical woman’ into a strength For more, check out: (Source)

“I think her next record will probably be her best yet,” Crutchfield says. “That’s the kind of career I want to have” For more, check out: (Source)

The Vaccines are releasing a covers EP, Cosy Karaoke, this week. They’ve already shared renditions of Kacey Musgraves and Queens Of The Stone Age and they recently shared their take on Waxahatchee’s “Fire,” the lead single off last year’s Saint Cloud, one of the best albums of the year. It’s one of the first (but probably not the last) covers we’ve heard of a song off that incredible album and you can check it out below.

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Duo deliver Saint Cloud‘s “Lilacs” and “Fire,” Sundowner‘s title track and “Campfire” during “Saturday Sessions” For more, check out: (Source)

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