Sharon Van Etten and Courtney Barnett share “Close to You”

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An emotional and unique musical collaboration. heights.

Sharon Van Etten and Courtney Barnett come together in a new musical collaboration that has given life to the emotional song “Close to You”. This single, which promises to captivate listeners with its intimacy, is part of the soundtrack of the upcoming Apple TV+ drama series, The Buccaneers.

The collaboration between these talented artists has resulted in a song that is sure to resonate in the hearts of those who listen to it. The track joins an impressive list of songs performed exclusively by female artists, including Lucius, Grace Abrams and Miya Folickwhich underlines the talent and diversity in music today.

“Close to You” It is not only an example of the creativity of Van Etten and Barnettbut also benefits from the production of Stella Mozgawa of warpaintwho also contributes his talent to the drums, and Zach Daweswhich contributes its bass. Heba Kadryas mastering engineer, has polished the song to perfection.

The soundtrack, which will be available from November 8 through Interscopefeatures an exciting variety of artists, including, warpaint, Grace Abrams, Bully, Alison Mosshart of The Kills and many more. This musical compilation is the perfect accompaniment to the series The Buccaneers, which is inspired by the latest novel by Edith Wharton and is scheduled to be released the same day as the album.

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