'Lady Lazarus' is a poem of renewal.
Penned by Sylvia Plath, it's inspired all manner of tributes and homage - with Los Angeles multi-instrumentalist Melissa Ann Sweat utilising it as her alter ego.
Debut album 'All My Love In Half Light' is out now, a haunting, meditative take on the dream pop template which fuses glorious melancholy with a near classical sweep.
Album highlight 'Eventide' borrows its title from an Old English word for 'evening', and it certainly has that end-of-day feeling.
Buoyed by a gentle piano melody line, Lady Lazarus swoops and swoons around the lyric, imbuing it with a real sense of poetry.
Check out the video for 'Eventide' below.