Genre: Alternative, Psychedelic, Folk
Released: 2015 / UK
Quality: MP3, 320 kbps
File: 75 Mb / Ifolder / Bezsms
Одноименный дебютный альбом, выпущенный 25 сентября 2015 года, состоит из шести кавер-версий народных песен из Ирана, Марокко, Таиланда и Соединенных Штатов.
Sexwitch is a musical collaboration between the English rock band Toy and Natasha Khan of Bat for Lashes. Their self-titled debut album, released on 25 September 2015, consists of six cover versions of 1970s psych and folk songs from Iran, Morocco, Thailand and the United States. According to Khan, she and producer Dan Carey bought several "old weird psych records from different countries, strange folk mountain songs", and invited Toy to record covers of the songs. The band learned the songs and recorded the covers in a single take in one day. Khan and Toy previously collaborated in 2013 to cover "The Bride", a pre-revolution Iranian song.
On August 24, Sexwitch released a single, "Helelyos", online. Rolling Stone described it as a "hyponotic, Middle Eastern-infused groove". The Guardian said Sexwitch's tracks were "hypnotic, groove-based tracks that feature jagged post-punk guitars" and "shrieking crescendos".
1. “Ha Howa Ha Howa” (Morocco)
2. “Helelyos” (Iran)
3. “Kassidat El Hakka” (Morocco)
4. “Lam Plearn Kiew Bao” (Thailand)
5. “Ghoroobaa Ghashangan” (Iran)
6. “War In Peace” (USA)