Singer’s Kate Bush cover premieres at Cover Me. See Bird Call at The Deli’s “Best of NYC,” May 24th.
Bird Call’s Chiara Angelicola as photographed by Gretchen Robinette.
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Hear Bird Call’s version of Kate Bush’s “The Man With The Child In His Eyes” at Cover Me
Bird Call’s cover of Beck’s “Lost Cause” is the first single from the “Other Creatures” EP
See Bird Call live at The Deli Magazine’s “Best of NYC” Festival on May 24th at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn!
Brooklyn’s Chiara Angelicola, who performs under the name Bird Call, has bested over 15,000 entrants to win the Performance category of the International Songwriters Competition with her original song “Waltz In The Snow.” The honor comes just as Bird Call prepares to release a brand-new new EP “Other Creatures,” which is comprised of cover versions of some of Angelicola’s favorite songs.
Following the release of Bird Call’s cover of Beck’s “Lost Cause” as the EP’s first single, popular cover songs website, Cover Me, is today exclusively debuting Bird Call’s cover of the moving Kate Bush classic, “The Man With The Child In His Eyes” (STREAM). See behind-the-scenes footage of Bird Call creating the “Other Creatures” EP here.
The “Other Creatures” EP which also contains Angelicola’s take on songs by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Fleetwood Mac and Man Man will be released on May 24. Bird Call will perform that evening at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn as part of The Deli Magazine’s “Best of NYC” Festival. The magazine has previously nominated Bird Call as its #1 Emerging Artist of 2010.
Chiara Angelicola is available for interviews. Contact Josh Bloom at Fanatic for more information.
“Other Creatures” EP
(FHC Records – 5/24/2011)
01. The Man With The Child In His Eyes (Kate Bush) (STREAM)
03. Creature Spirits Move Interlude
04. Into My Arms (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds)
05. Little Lies (Fleetwood Mac)
06. Doo Right (Man Man)
07. Little Lies (Fleetwood Mac) (Big Lies Remix)
Bird Call In The Press
“...wisely sparse orchestration that allows Chiara’s soulful soprano (reminiscent at times of Kate Bush) to shine and charm...” – The Deli
“...bluesy piano rhythms with a touch of Bob Dylan and Rufus Wainwright...” – Wears The Trousers
“Her vibrant, soulful wail at times recalls the romance of Billie Holiday or the sideways grin of Macy Gray, while challenging young contemporaries like Adele and Duffy.” – East Bay Express
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