The Bride

Bat For Lashes

SKU: 0190295983901

Barcode: 190295983901

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  • Genre: Rock And Pop
  • Label: Parlophone
  • Released Date: 27th June 2016
  • Buying Format:
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The Bride follows the story of a woman whose fiancé has been killed in a crash on the way to the church for their wedding. The Bride flees the scene to take the honeymoon trip alone, resulting in a dark meditation on love, loss, grief, and celebration. Written as the soundtrack for a feature length film in mind, The Bride is Khan’s most ambitious work to date, sonically and visually incorporating an entire world inhabited by The Bride, along with the characters and places she encounters on the way. The lush narrative of the artwork was conceived as a visual partnership between Natasha and Neil Krug, The Bride’s universe being the product of two years of collaboration and experimentation.

The Bride was conceived of and produced by Natasha Khan alongside a host of long-time collaborators and friends including Simone Felice, Dan Carey, Head and Ben Christophers. Inspired by a short film Khan wrote and directed entitled I Do, making its debut at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in NYC in April, The Bride was created over the course of 18 months across London, Los Angeles, and Brighton. Finally last Autumn, Natasha headed to the mountains of Woodstock, NY, where she built a studio into the ground floor of a big old house and lived there for two months, finishing the record with co-producer Simone Felice (Lumineers, Felice Bros). The album was mixed by Head in London and mastered at Metropolis Studios.

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Track Listings

01 I Do
02 Joe’s Dream (Don’t Say Goodbye)
03 In God’s House
04 Honeymooning Alone
05 Sunday Love
06 Never Forgive the Angels
07 Close Encounters
08 Widow’s Peak
09 Land’s End
10 If I Knew
11 I Will Love Again
12 In Your Bed

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