Dream-goth solo act Frankie Rose recently announced that she covered the entirety of The Cure’s 1980 album Seventeen Seconds. Her version of the album is out today exclusively via Turntable Kitchen’s Sounds Delicious vinyl series, but she shared a song on the eve of its release, “At Night” from the record. The American musician and songwriter was an original member of Crystal Stilts, Dum Dum Girls, Vivian Girls and Beverly.
Billboard debuted “At Night,” saying “The guitars are a bit less crunchy, and tones have a sort of woozy echo that brings the 1980 song into 2017. Rose stays quite loyal to the original track, though, only tweaking these small things to offer it a sense of modernity.”
“‘At Night’ is a favorite off of the original album,” Rose said in a statement. “I tried to change as little as possible, giving it a only slightly more modern fidelity. How can you mess with the perfection of the original without destroying it? It’s my best offering.” Listen to “At Night” below.