Bat for Lashes, 'All Your Gold' (Hercules and Love Affair Remix) – Song Premiere

Natasha Khan gets groovy on no-frills funk version of tune

Bat For Lashes
Eliot Lee Hazel
October 5, 2012 12:00 PM ET

English songstress Natasha Khan loves her pop music, and on this remix of new track "All Your Gold," Khan's Bat for Lashes gets a groovy reworking from discophiles Hercules and Love Affair. Percolating synths bubble alongside a bold piano progression and Khan's mesmerizing voice, but the vibe here is no-frills funk.

"I feel like on each album I always strive to write a good pop song, with a good chorus and a pop song structure," says Khan. "This one was a challenge but in the end I had loads of fun and I feel like it came out as it should have done."

The original version of "All Your Gold" is on Bat for Lashes' upcoming album The Haunted Man, out October 22nd in the U.S. and October 15th worldwide. You can preorder The Haunted Man here.


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