Produced by James Shaw & Emily Haines. Album Choir Of The Mind. Haven’t we made Enough for a living wage? We accept the fatal gift A soup stone for our stove And a blindfold for our tears Paying for a living wage Know it’s a deceptive deal We accept the fatal gift They hover over where we live. The things you own, they own you. Haven’t we saved Enough to go away Enough to reach the coast? Why do we stay Paying for a living wage? I know it’s a deceptive deal We accept the fatal gift They hover over where we live . Choir Of The Mind Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton. 3. Strangle All Romance.
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A decade ago, Metric’s Emily Haines released a fantastic solo album, Knives Don’t Have Your Back, and an equally great EP, What Is Free To A Good Home?, billed as Emily Haines & the Soft Skeleton. Today, she’s announced that she’ll release her sophomore solo album later this year. It’s called Choir Of The Mind, and she produced it and recorded it alongside Metric guitarist Jimmy Shaw and Sparklehorse’s Scott Minor
Listen to and download Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton - Fatal Gift. Sounds like: Bat for Lashes, St. Vincent, Perfume Genius What's so good? Listen to a curated playlist crafted from this song. Although she's been busy with Metric and Broken Social Scene, it's been over ten years since Emily Haines has released an album with The Soft Skeleton. Since their Choir of the Mind's official September 15 release, I've been pretending I'm a lot more somber than I am to set the right mood for this very soothing, haunting album.
Emily Haines - Fatal Gift. Artist: Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton. Album: Live at Massey Hall, Vol. 1, 2018. Directed by Justin Broadbent.
Emily Haines has stayed busy over this last decade as the frontwoman of Metric (and, as of late, as a contributor to Broken Social Scene’s upcoming Hug of Thunder), but now the Toronto-based songwriter will be returning to her long-dormant solo effort, the piano-led, trip-hop project Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton. The Globe and Mail reports that the follow-up to 2006’s Knives Don’t Have Your Back and the 2007 EP What Is Free to a Good Home? is called Choir of the Mind . That description certainly lends itself to the album’s first single, Fatal Gift, which lurches from balladry into freneticism with the arrival of skittering beats and, eventually, a maelstrom of looping vocals. Emily Haines and the Soft Skeleton.