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Album: Live Session - EP
Released: 2008
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Bat for Lashes (Natasha Khan), an English indie pop singer, has released four studio albums, three extended plays, twelve singles and ten music videos. Bat for Lashes released her debut studio album, Fur and Gold in September 2006. The album reached number forty-eight in the United Kingdom and was certified silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Four singles, "The Wizard", "Trophy", "Prescilla" and "What's a Girl to Do?", were released from the album.

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Prescilla - live session Lyrics. There's a girl that wants to stop Been thinking about having a couple of kids Comb a brush around their heads in the morning To be needed, simply and with meaning Her name is Karen Been on the road for so long She wants to live in a place that has a number and a name Find love as an anchor before.

Album Information : Title: Live Session EP. Release Date:2008-01-01.

Bat For Lashes perform tracks from their new album 'The Bride' in the Live Room. Natasha Khan's latest record is her most ambitious to date and is out on Parlophone on 1st July. The LP follows the story of a woman whose fiancé has been killed in a crash on the way to the church for their wedding; the soundtrack to an imagined feature length film, it's sonically all encompassing. Bat For Lashes have been premièring the material live in churches, with the audience invited to attend in full wedding attire

Bat For Lashes' Natasha Khan, joined by collaborator Ben Christophers, performs exquisite versions of songs from her most recent album, The Haunted Ma. Bat For Lashes' first two albums were wonderfully witchy, electro-tinged fantasies, ripe with rich productions and poetic storytelling, propelled by the brilliant brainchild of the project, Natasha Khan. Fur and Gold and Two Suns launched Khan into the lofty realm of other prominent British artists; names like PJ Harvey, Goldfrapp, and Radiohead come to mind. But in the lead-up to album number three, Khan faced every artist's greatest foe: writer's block


1 Horse And I (Live Session)
2 Prescilla (Live Session)
3 The Bat's Mouth (Live Session)
4 Lonely (Live Session)