This Beekeeper track is a duet with Irish folk singer Damien Rice, who is best known for his UK Top Ten hit "Cannonball."
During an interview with Uncut magazine, the comment was made that it's interesting that Amos had written a song about sin and sensuality when the biggest moral debates in the US are about abortion and gay rights. She replied: "America is such a land of extremes. On the one hand, you have this puritanical ideology that lots of people have adopted and on the other you have a huge porn industry that exploits everybody and makes lots of money."
"The thing that's missing from both is sensuality, and I think that's the sign of a damaged society," she continued. "Its not healthy for sex and sexuality to always be portrayed as dirty or depraved and what it takes to turn people on sometimes shocks me."
"There are a lot of damaged women out there who cant respond unless they take on another character because they haven't been taught they can just be a worker bee," Amos added. "I'm a worker bee and I love being a worker bee."
One of the song's lyrics questions "who is this terrorist?" Amos explained: "I've followed the US administration and I genuinely believe they've emotionally blackmailed and manipulated the American people. We're living in a frightening time and I wish people would wake up and realise they're surrendering their civil liberties."
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