Carry Nation perform their song “Prayer for the Bells” as part of the movie CutTime.
Check out this fun little song! As Carry Nation says, “Music and art should be for the masses!”
Carry Nation’s Beth McCormack is a classically trained vocalist and flutist hailing from (most recently) New Orleans, where she learned to sing the blues. Before moving to New Orleans, she fronted New York indie folk-rock band Carry Nation in the late 80s, early 90s. Carry Nation released an album on Rough Trade, garnering lots of college radio play and appearing on MTV’s 120 Minutes. The band travelled the country opening for the Smithereens in the early 90s, playing to sold-out crowds in weird venues. Later in New Orleans, she sang and played flute and guitar for Bliss, a folk-rock group, and fronted Syrinx, a heavy-metal spoken word group.
And keep an eye out next week for Woodpecker’s “Junk Song”!