A.A. Williams shares cover of The Pixies’ Where Is My Mind?

Having already made one of 2020’s best albums in the stunning Forever Blue, back at the start of lockdown, A.A. Williams started playing covers of songs suggested by fans online. So good was the idea that she’s now assembled the best of the bunch into a full album, Songs From Isolation, due out on February 12. Already she’s released her takes on Deftones’ Be Quiet And Drive (Far Away) and Sma...

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