This is beauty in it's purest form, visceral and offered up as honest as I can think of hearing, wrapped up in damaged ether-soaked drones and guitar warbles. It's cracking and immense, this collaboration from Christina Carter and Heather Leigh Murray. Take the harrowed high wire tension and ghosted wail of HLM's Devil If You Can Hear Me (cf. 'Porch Fighter') and set it next to CC's floaty Texas Working Blues (cf. 'The Other Planet') and it's just as perfect as could be imagined; whimsy stretched out with sanctified moans only to reveal the most massive warmth, a distant and surreal glow, glazed in soft film and flickering. Space lets the muted confessions at the heart of this song come off like an avalanche; even if it's whispered, the stoned romantic sentiment is gauzy and real, white sheets, closed curtains parted in the middle by thick dusty stream of light coming through.
[Buy I Will Turn Into You from Not Not Fun]