Watch: Lykke Li – ‘Love Me Like I’m Not Made Of Stone’


Her new record I Never Learn is out May 6. Here’s what she says about it:

Every song on the album is a power ballad. Like one of those old radio stations. This is a slow dance; a slow burner.

I wrote [“No Rest for the Wicked”] in Sweden when I was packing up my shit, and I’d just gotten out of a relationship and it was a horrible time. I just had the hurt, shame, sadness, guilt, longing. In the verse, I’m referring to myself pleading guilty but I’m referring to all of us.

Check out the video for the melancholy first single ‘Love Me Like I’m Not Made Of Stone’ below: [Read more…]

Lykke Li, MGMT, and Antony Cover Fleetwood Mac

Via East Village Radio

As we noted last week, there’s a whole hullabaloo going on in regards to Fleetwood Mac. No, the band’s not back together, but there are a great number of new and established talents who’ve joined forces for tribute compilation and we’re beginning to hear the first outputs. Best Coast’s live rendition of Rhiannon was, um, heard earlier this week, but we’re more amped on a few n00bs that are streaming today. MGMT goes for a 9-minute weirdo psych vocoder version of Future Games, Swedish chanteuse Lykke Li tugs at the heartstrings on Silver Springs and Antony provides a simply straight-forward and crisp take on Landslide.

Pre-order Just Tell Me What You Want: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac.