The Scarecrow.  Stunning ad from Chipotle featuring beautiful animation, a very clever story line, and a haunting cover of “Pure Imagination” by Fiona Apple.  Impressive.

FIONA APPLE - Hot Knife // at long last a video for one of the best tracks from her fantastic last album.  Directed by none other than Paul Thomas Anderson!

(Source: soundandvisionblog)

FIONA APPLE - “Valentine”

You didn’t see my valentine
I sent it via pantomime 

Fiona or M83 — Who should win the Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album?

#1 Album of 2012: FIONA APPLE - The Idler Wheel is Wiser Than the Driver of the Screw and Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do
Key Tracks: "Werewolf" - "Periphery" - "Hot Knife" - "Regret" - "Anything You Want"

#3 Song of the Year 2012
WEREWOLF" - Fiona Apple

On The Idler Wheel, Fiona Apple stripped her compositions down to vocals, piano, percussion, and found sounds, culminating in one of the most striking and accomplished albums of her career.  ”Werewolf” is the furious early capstone of  a set of heartsick ballads in which both parties are equally to blame for the demise of a relationship.  While Fiona playfully compares her former lover to a shark biting off her head, she woefully admits that she was “waving around a bleeding open wound.”  Always known for putting it ‘just-so’ since Tidal, 16 years later, Fiona still manages to surprise us with her brutal, beautiful honesty.

#21 Song of the Year 2012
HOT KNIFE" - Fiona Apple

Fiona Apple live at the Fillmore, Miami Beach 
30 Sept 2012
Fiona Apple seriously rocked the Fillmore at Miami Beach

Excitedly waiting to see Fiona Apple live at the Fillmore!

"

I could liken you to a werewolf, the way you left me for dead,
But I admit that I provided a full moon.

And I could liken you to a shark, the way you bit off my head,
But then again, I was waving around a bleeding open wound.

But you were such a super guy ’til the second you get a whiff of me;
We’re like a wishing well and a bolt of electricity.
But we can still support each other, all we gotta do is avoid each other.

Nothing wrong when a song ends in a minor key.

"

-

Werewolf" by Fiona Apple, from The Idler Wheel…


FIONA APPLE - “I Know” //

and if it gets too late, for me to wait
for you to find you love me, and tell me so
it’s ok, don’t need to say it.