Isadora Eden, in collaboration with Duke Justice, releases a cover of Bush’s “Glycerine” in her dreamy and ethereal style on February 25. It’s part of a full-length covers album by Eden, each track with a different collaborator from the Colorado music scene, which will roll out monthly, track by track, starting this month.
Eden’s reimagining fits the song’s mystical and mysterious feelings of being in love by surrounding the listener with ambient synths and heavy reverbs. Justice’s vocals have a grungy texture reminiscent of Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale, a nice call-back to the original. The track also includes the little “instrumental” section at the end of the original recording, but instead of strings, it fills up the space with vocals and synth pads. Eden’s cover delivers familiar material to her existing fans, and should earn her new ones.