Nadine Shah has posted a new rendition of jazz standard 'Cry Me A River'.
Nadine Shah has always been open about the influence of jazz on her work. Sure, her works touches on electronica - R&S have even stepped in to sign her - but Shah's heart remains with some of the great songwriters of the 20th century.
Which perhaps explains the power behind this new cover. 'Cry Me A River' is one of the most sacred texts in jazz music, written by Arthur Hamilton but popularised by Julie London's extravagant version.
An oft performed classic, Nadine Shah is nonetheless able to find her own place within the song. It's a powerful performance, one that reveals another facet to her musical approach.
Listen to it HERE.
Nadine Shah has confirmed the following shows:
4 London Clapham Grand Book Slam
15 London Old Blue Last FREE ENTRY
20 Newcastle Think Tank
17 Brighton The Great Escape festival
18 Brighton The Great Escape festival