Transatlantic trio, THE DEATHLESS DIVIDE have unveiled their haunting debut release, “1916”. The band’s rendition of the track, originally written and performed by CAKE BAKE BETTY, delivers a powerful and captivating sound.
“I always wanted my first foray into music to be a cover. My method for combating the anxiety of social media is a simple one: openly support the art you feel has visible heart.
That includes your own! Lindsay Powell’s music, especially under the CAKE BAKE BETTY moniker has been a staple of my story writing playlists since I was a teenager.
She crafts with folkloric lyrics weaved inside haunting melodies like I’d truly never seen, before or after. This cover is a love letter. I hope anyone who hears it checks out the original, devouring her work like I did, for many years to come.” -Tessa King
Listen to “1916” Below.
The alternative folk-country project, with Welsh, English, and Midwestern American roots, is comprised of singer/songwriter Tessa King, along with multi-instrumentalists and DISCONNECTED SOULS members Matthew Simon Fletcher and Felix Luca King.
Drawing upon folk styles with a fae, ethereal and sometimes dark twist, the trio seek to create emotive and compelling music. Debuting with the single “1916”, THE DEATHLESS DIVIDE are currently song-writing and preparing to unveil their original work.