Natasha Khan (aka Bat For Lashes) and music producer Jon Hopkins have collaborated on 'Garden's Heart'; a new song set to feature on the soundtrack to Saoirse Ronan's gripping new drama film 'How I Live Now'.
The video for the track begins with a clip from the movie, where Saoirse's character Daisy gets split up from her boyfriend by soldiers during the onslaught of the Third World War. She is then seen running a bath and tending to her cuts and bruises miserably, while appearing to visualise plants and lily pads in the tub, taking her back to her favourite countryside spot where she and her lover would talk and go skinny dipping. The song has a slow and steady rhythm, almost like beating heart, and Natasha's vocals are as charming and evocative as ever with the power to reduce any listener to tears even without the depressing subject matter of the movie.
Jon Hopkins had been working on the rest of the film score when he decided to enlist the talents of Natasha - a decision that was enthusiastically backed by director Kevin Macdonald. Bat For Lashes released her third album last year entitled 'The Haunted Man' and is currently on her US headline tour supporting it.
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