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Yesterday, Bat For Lashes announced plans to release her third album The Haunted Man. And last night, she played at the Junction in Cambridge, her first British show in two years. During the show,…   Read Story »
Two Suns, Bat For Lashes' excellent sophomore album, is now more than three years old. And thankfully, Natasha Khan has now announced plans to follow it up, finally. The third Bat For Lashes album…   Read Story »
Yesterday we posted a live version of an ethereal new tune Bat For Lashes did at Australia's Vivid Festival. The second part of the Opera House set was performed acoustic with a string quartet -- six…   Read Story »
Kate Bush is back in the news and so is one of her offspring: Over the weekend Natasha Khan and a string quartet performed a new Bat For Lashes song at the Sydney Opera House during a two-night stand…   Read Story »
Gucci Guilty For Him, a new men's cologne from the Italian label, hired Bat For Lashes' Natasha Khan to do this cover of "Strangelove" for the "soundtrack for the upcoming release" of the fragrance.…   Read Story »
Kings Of Leon released a new single and video this week and dozens (dozens!) of you lurkers stepped up to discuss it. KoL has become an increasingly hot button act on this site as we've witnessed the…   Read Story »
You heard Vampire Weekend's "Jonathan Low" (one of VW's top three songs about vampires) and before that Muse's “Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)” (inescapable at vampire proms this…   Read Story »
After Thom Yorke, Bon Iver & St. Vincent, and Grizzly Bear & Beach House made soundtracks to multi-million dollar hormonal-teenage-vampires-in-love franchises a safe place for indie artists…   Read Story »
Thom Yorke's an avowed fan of Natasha's, placing "Horse And I" on his iTunes Playlist with the note "Natsha Khan of Bat For Lashes ain’t scared" at a time when she was still trying to convince…   Read Story »
There could not have been a more apt ID3 than that of Freelance Hellraiser's "Stroke Of Genius," the MP3 that launched this decade's most fitting musical legacy. Parts of two or three or thirty…   Read Story »