Hunter

Album: Welcome Back To Milk (2015)
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  • This slow-burning ballad finds Beth Jeans Houghton (aka Du Blonde) at her most vulnerable. "It was one of those songs that just kind of pours out; it wasn't hard to write," said Houghton. "I was listening to a lot of Aretha Franklin and Janis Joplin at the time, and I was really into their way of putting a lot of honesty and emotion into their songs."

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