Empath have shared their cowl of the Lucinda Williams basic “Drunken Angel.” The Philadelphia-based band’s rendition bleeds right into a B-side known as “The Other Side.” Listen under.
“We have been desirous about transforming a track outdoors of our typical fashion of music,” Empath’s Catherine Elicson advised The FADER. “We also wanted to pay homage to Lucinda Williams, one of the greatest living songwriters. So we dragged ‘Drunken Angel’ through the Empath filter, and the result is what made it to the other side. Lucinda, we hope you don’t hate it!!”
Read Pitchfork’s Sunday Review of the album “Drunken Angel” seems on, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, and take a look at Pitchfork’s Rising interview “Meet Empath, Four Friends Who Make Noise Rock That’s as Healing as It Is Brutal.”