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Listen to Angel Olsen evoke Connie Francis for The Man In The High Castle

(Photo: Gus Stewart/Getty Images)
(Photo: Gus Stewart/Getty Images)

The Man In The High Castles ongoing Resistance Radio project has pissed off Trump supporters, and now its providing its listeners with some swell tunes. NPR debuted Angel Olsen’s cover of “Who’s Sorry Now” off Resistance Radio: The Man In The High Castle Album, a collection of classic songs covered by modern artists that could ostensibly be played on an underground broadcast in an alternate universe where the Nazis won WWII. The “Shut Up Kiss Me” singer riffs on Connie Francis’ 1950s cover of the 1923 song “Who’s Sorry Now.” Olsen’s rendition is faithful, but with a bit of a gloomy edge.

Per NPR, Olsen is joined by by Sharon Van Etten, Kelis, Beck, The Shins, and Karen O, among others. The full album is due out April 7.

[via Stereogum]

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