Night Beds' debut album, Country Sleep, is one of this year's strongest—a gorgeous, country-ish, kinda weird set of songs masterminded by singer-songwriter Winston Yellin. We wouldn't have expected Night Beds to gravitate toward Robyn's monstrous club hit "Dancing On My Own," considering its basis in electronic beats. But a great song is a great song, and Night Beds make it their own in this performance, pulling out some pathos and changing the emphasis in the chorus. Enjoy.
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