Singer-songwriter applies her magic on Tapestry tracks “Dwelling Once more” and “It is Too Late”
Lucy Dacus, a.ok.a. Grasp of Covers, has lastly dropped two renditions of Carole King songs she introduced again in January: “Dwelling Once more” and “It’s Too Late.”
Included as a seven-inch single to an archival King reside album launched by way of Third Man Data, Dacus places her personal elegant indie spin on the Tapestry classics. You may hear the criminally underrated “Dwelling Once more” above, a reside efficiency of it right here, and, in fact, “It’s Too Late” under.
“After I listened to Tapestry from my momʼs CD assortment, I used to be younger sufficient that it didnʼt register nearly as good or dangerous — it simply outlined what music sounded prefer to me, and itʼs nonetheless a basis of how I perceive songwriting,” Dacus instructed The Guardian. “Sheʼs intelligent within the great way — queen of inside rhyme — and I like how her melodies reinforce the tone of the lyrics. She retains it easy, however thatʼs what makes it common. After I was requested to cowl a few her songs, it was a no brainer. Her work looks like part of my DNA, and Iʼm grateful for it.”
King lately spoke about her place in music historical past final yr with Rolling Stone, backstage in Cleveland. at her Rock and Roll Corridor of Fame induction: “I believe I’ve a really strong place in music historical past that most individuals know,” she stated. “Younger folks know who I’m.”