Tomb Song by Nora Keyes
Nora Keyes first solo album, ‘'Songs to Cry by for the Golden Age of Nothing' sounds more like an old 78 pried from the arms of a long deceased witch, found in a buried tea chest, in a forgotten woodland that the local children dare not venture into, than the efforts of a nice Los Angeles born girl, joined here by her talented friends Rebecca Lynn (violin). Ray Day (guitar), Creekbird (brass / drums) and Dame Darcy (auto harp / saw).
"She's the bastard child of Anton LaVey and Kate Bush" - Blunt.
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