Exclusive Stream: Andrew Wyatt's Orchestral 'It Won't Let You Go'

Preview a cut from the Miike Snow singer's 'INGRID Volym 1'

March 30, 2012 11:45 AM ET
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Andrew Wyatt performing with Miike Snow.
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Miike Snow singer Andrew Wyatt wrote and recorded "It Won't Let You Go" as a collaboration with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. The track will appear on INGRID Volym 1, a collection of music by members of the Swedish collective that includes Peter Bjorn and John, Miike Snow and Lykke Li. The record will be released on Record Store Day on April 21st, but you can preview the track now, below.

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