Earlier this year, it was announced that Cocteau Twins‘ Elizabeth Fraser had scored a new four-episode miniseries called “The Nightmare Worlds of H.G. Wells.” The show premiered earlier this year on Sky Arts, and it’s not the last time new music from Fraser would appear on television in 2016. The first episode of BBC One’s “The Living and the Dead”—a Victorian era supernatural drama—featured a new song with vocals from Fraser. She sang a version of the Irish folk standard “She Moved Through the Fair.” It’s a collaboration with the Insects (Tim Norfolk and Bob Locke). Listen to it on Graham Norton’s BBC Radio 2 show at the 1:44:44 mark (via Clash). Here’s the show’s trailer:
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