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Julien Baker sings with a type of wounded open-heartedness that get to the emotional core of a track in a method that’s merely staggering. Its one of many causes that her most up-to-date album Flip Out The Lights was such a triumph. At a current gig in Massachusetts, Baker introduced that very same degree of vulnerability to a young cowl of Mountain Goats’ track “No Kids” from their 2002 album Tallahassee, utilizing it as a lead-in to her personal track “Blacktop.”

Clearly, Mountain Goats loved Baker’s interpretation of their track, with John Darnielle taking to Twitter to name it, “The perfect model of ‘No Kids’ I’ve ever heard.”

In a current interview, Baker talked concerning the strain that comes with delivering for an even bigger viewers. “I needed to make the report that I needed to make however I needed to execute it in the easiest way attainable as a result of I knew that, not like final time after I was simply making a report for enjoyable, there’s a listenership that’s invested,” she mentioned concerning the follow-up to her debut Sprained Ankle. “I’ve extra assets accessible to me within the sense of being on Matador and so I needed to discover all the prospects to make the very best factor that I might.”

You’ll be able to watch Baker’s unbelievable cowl of Mountain Goats’ “No Kids” within the video above.

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