The pop upstart releases the B-sides from her excellent debut LP, and stars in a sultry video for its title track.
Sky Ferreira‘s long-awaited debut Night Time, My Time is a defiant and assured listen, and one of FACT’s favorite albums of 2013. Now, three previously-unheard B-sides have surfaced, which you can stream below.
The fuzzy power-pop of ‘I Can’t Say No To Myself’ would have fit nicely on Night Time, My Time. Meanwhile, ‘Werewolf (I Like You)’ is reminiscent of Ghost‘s ‘Sad Dream’, whereas the synth-laced sex swagger of ‘I’m On Top’ is a bit of an outsider.
In addition, Ferreira has re-teamed with director Grant Singer on a video for the album’s gloomy title track. Donning a pair of wigs, Ferreira oozes sex like a femme fatale in a David Lynch film. And why not? The album’s title is inspired by a bit of Laura Palmer’s Twin Peaks dialogue, after all. Head to Vevo to watch it now.