LA-based band, Batfarm will release their own version of The Cure’s classic tune, “Lullaby” today across all major online media outlets.
The self-described darkedelic duo, consisting of Alexx Calise and Dennis Morehouse have been longtime fans of the iconic goth rock/New Wave band, and have put their own unique spin on what is arguably the most chilling and spine-tingling track in The Cure’s catalog.
Recorded in part at Morehouse’s home studio, and at J31 Studios in San Jose, CA by producer, Jerry Ososkie, “Lullaby” ranges from creepy to caustic, with its whispery vocals, nightmarish soundscapes and ominous overtone.
Combining Calise’s grunge and blues influences with Morehouse’s love of industrial, funk, and psychedelic music, Batfarm creates an “unfamiliarly familiar” sound that harkens to rock stalwarts Pink Floyd, Alanis Morrisette, A Perfect Circle, and Nine Inch Nails.
The duo, who have been songwriting partners for well over 11 years have been profiled in a plethora of publications including Classic Rock Magazine, Music Connection, Guitar Girl, Bass Musician and more.
“Lullaby” can be pre-saved on Spotify and it can be downloaded or streamed via iTunes, Amazon, and more on April 24th.
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