Today, Aoife O’Donovan shares a melancholic version of Sharon Van Etten’s “I Love You But I’m Lost,” the latest preview of The Apathy Sessions, a deluxe edition of her multiple GRAMMY-nominated 2022 album Age Of Apathy due out Friday. Aoife’s known for her incredible ability as an interpreter of songs — she’s nailed covers of Townes Van Zandt, The National, Joni Mitchell, and, earlier this month, Bill Callahan’s “Drover” — and this performance is no different.
Listen to “I Love You But I’m Lost” here.
Age Of Apathy is now nominated for the Best Folk Album GRAMMY as well as Best American Roots Performance and Best American Roots Song, both of those for “Prodigal Daughter” featuring Allison Russell. She’s also nominated for Best Album and Best Song at Folk Alliance International’s International Folk Music Awards.
Ahead of next month’s GRAMMYs, Aoife has made a bevy of television appearances.
Last weekend she performed on CBS Saturday Morning. Watch that here:
And earlier this week, she performed “Prodigal Daughter” alongside Allison Russell for The Kelly Clarkson Show. Watch that below:
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