New York City
Re-imagining the classic Kate Bush song Wuthering Heights, the New York City star Jessie Kilguss presents a stunning version to follow on from her album - What Do Whales Dream About At Night? With accolades ranging from media such as Guitar World and American Songwriter, it’s no surprise that she’s worked with Charlie Nieland to produce this song. Since working with status icons of the industry such as Debbie Harry, Blondie, Scissor Sisters, and Rufus Wainwright, adding his magic touch to Jessie Kilguss’s work makes it that bit more special. The single has been produced with a brilliant video, engineered by Alex Dar, a Russian-born artist, the Gramercy Arms singer is keeping the world together even when others are not.
A solitary acoustic guitar pins the melody to the page with the familiar chord changes. Jessie Kilguss begins to sing. The words rise from memory as the slow and graceful version opens out like a leafy avenue. The story of the song drifts in verses like chapters, a delicate and intimate projection forms a unique bubble of sound that shimmers in the luminescent atmosphere. We can sing to the words if you know them, as the music grows into the shoes it was given, glockenspiel joins the mix to elevate the dainty and delicate rendition. Pretty, atmospheric, and full of character, Jessie Kilguss’s cover of Wuthering Heights brings the song to new levels of clarity.
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