Night Street/Interscope RecordsK.Flay is known for mixing different kinds of music, jumping from hip-hop to Nine Inch Nails-style industrial rock, often within the same song. With the newly released deluxe edition of her new album Every Where Is Some Where, she adds another genre to her inventory: classical.
The updated version of the album, available now on digital outlets, includes five songs from K.Flay’s “Seattle Sessions,” during which she recorded orchestral versions of five of her songs, including the hit single “Blood in the Cut.”
“The ‘Seattle Sessions’ are a reimagining of some of my favorite songs from the record, using live string, horn & choir sections,” K.Flay says in a statement. “I worked with Budo, an old friend and an incredible producer, to bring the vision to life and I’m really excited for you guys to hear it.”
The original version of “Blood in the Cut” is nominated for Best Rock Song at the 2018 Grammys, where it’ll compete against Metallica‘s “Atlas, Rise!”, Foo Fighters‘ “Run,” Nothing More‘s “Go to War” and Avenged Sevenfold‘s “The Stage.”
Additionally, Every Where Is Some Where is nominated for Best Engineered Album, Non Classical. The 2018 Grammys will be held January 28 in New York City.
K.Flay is currently touring the U.S. in support of Every Where Is Some Where.
Here is the Every Where Is Some Where deluxe edition track list:
“Blood in the Cut”
“The President Has a Sex Tape”
“It’s Just a Lot”
“You Felt Right”
“Giver (Seattle Sessions)”
“Blood in the Cut (Seattle Sessions)”
“High Enough (Seattle Sessions)”
“Black Wave (Seattle Sessions)”
“Mean It (Seattle Sessions)”
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