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Bat For Lashes video online
The clip, which features close up shots of the singer dancing while wearing a dress, promotes the song All You Gold, a catchy track with a heavy emphasis on drums among the musical instruments it showcases.
Bat For Lashes (AKA Natasha Khan) is also seen lying in sand, while the black and white clip has shots of white cliffs, too.
Alongside the likes of Rest Your Head, The Haunted Man and Lilies, All Your Gold is one of the Songs on Bat For Lashes' next LP.
That LP has the title The Haunted Man and will be hitting shelves later this month, come October 15th.
Her last album was called Two Suns and was home to several tracks, among them the aforementioned Daniel, as well as Sleep Alone, Peace of Mind and Two Planets.
Published by AW. Posted on 1 Oct 2012 13:06 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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