Phoebe Bridgers has delivered a cover of Metallica's Nothing Else Matters from the forthcoming cover record The Metallica Blacklist.
Bridgers joins the likes of St. Vincent, Mac DeMarco, and Weezer in appearing on the project. It's due to drop in full on 10th September but her contribution has dropped early.
It's a spine-tingling rendition of 1992 cut from their self-titled record and it's also not the first from the covers record. Miley Cyrus has already shared her version of the song.
Speaking to Zane Lowe about the song she said, “It was just so fun to take a part in it. I feel like my version almost sounds baroque."
She further spoke about her experience growing up and listening to Metallica saying, "when I was a teenager, I went to Outside Lands, and I definitely knew Metallica songs from video games and stuff, but I went to Outside Lands and saw their set and was like, “This is a rock band. It’s kind of a gateway to metal because they’re so hooky and you can hold onto so much of it and it actually can get stuck in your head."