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Karen O Releases New Single Anti-Lullaby

Tuesday, 08 January 2019 Written by Helen Payne

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Karen O has released a new track.

Anti-Lullaby was first aired in a trailer for the Amazon Prime series Hanna, which is set to land on the streaming platform in March.

The quiet, simple song centres around a gentle melody from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer, whose vocals are mixed close to the microphone in an intimate production move — a far cry from the band's 2003 heavy indie rock album ‘Fever To Tell’, which saw a re-issue in 2017.

Last year, meanwhile, Karen O released a collaborative album with Danger Mouse in December, and the song Yo! My Saint with Michael Kiwanuka back in January.





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