Midas Fall vocalist Elizabeth Heaton shares Christmas cover of Etta James classic 'At Last'
TAKEN FROM ‘A VERY MONOTREME CHRISTMAS’ COMPILATION / RELEASED 7TH DECEMBER
Feeling Festive? So were Monotreme Records when they decided to commission their very first Christmas album!
They asked some of their favourite songwriters to create their own Christmassy covers or originals. The result is a truly heart-warming collection of songs including covers of age-old classics like ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’ (Jack Watts) and ‘Peace On Earth / Little Drummer Boy’ (The Favourite Bench); more modern classics like The Pretenders’ ‘2000 Miles’ (Stumbleine feat Elizabeth Heaton from Midas Fall), Thee More Shallows' take on ‘Santa Baby’, and a slow-burning soulful rendition of Mud’s ‘Lonely This Christmas’ (Oliver Spalding); as well as some gorgeous originals by Reigns (‘Melchior’) and Jack Watts (‘That’s Christmas’).
Midas Fall vocalist Elizabeth Heaton’s Christmassy makeover of the Etta James classic ‘At Last’ is the latest track to be shared from the compilation. Elizabeth comments,
"At Last has been my "go to" karaoke song for years now, but I always wanted to put my own spin on it. So when it came to thinking of this years Christmas song (a yearly tradition for the band) this felt right. It truly embraces the nostalgic and warm feeling of Christmas for me”
‘A Very Monotreme Christmas’ will be available on December 7th as a digital release and also on CD in a slimline card wallet.
1. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Jack Watts)
2. 2000 Miles (Stumbleine feat Elizabeth Heaton)
3. Lonely This Christmas (Oliver Spalding)
4.Santa Baby (Thee More Shallows)
5. That’s Christmas (Jack Watts)
6. At Last (Elizabeth Heaton)
7. Peace On Earth / Little Drummer Boy (The Favourite Bench)
8. Melchior (Reigns)
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Also listen to the recent cover of The Pretenders 1983 track '2000 Miles’ by Stumbleine featuring Elizabeth Heaton
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