Here's something a little lush, a little different and very lovely for your Monday. Check out James Yuill's atmospheric revamp of One Sixth of Tommy's "For Always." Yuill's reinterpretation of the song starts out a little crunchy but gradually evolves into a masterfully arranged track with warming synths that are a perfect complement to One Sixth of Tommy's candy-coated harmonies. Give it a few spins to get the full intensity of it.
One Sixth of Tommy is comprised of three 19-year old girls from Stourbridge, England who all write, sing and play guitar. Inspired by artists like The Cranberries, The Bird and The Bree and Feist, they describe their music as "melodic, graceful and uplifting with a nod to acoustic traditions yet not without a healthy dose of experimentation." They are independently releasing their debut album this month. Their "For Always" is perfect fodder for Yuill who gives it a fitting twist of his own. Grab it after the break.