Hayley Williams isn’t just active on social media, but she’s also never hesitated in chatting with her fans. Remember when she shared her favorite Paramore songs a few weeks ago?
So when someone asked her to cover a Björk track, it may have taken a bit (she did recently release a new album after all), but she shared an acoustic version of the Icelandic singer’s 2001 song, “Unison,” which is off Björk’s Vespertine.
“someone asked me to do a @bjork song a while back,” Williams tweeted on Wednesday night (July 15). “i’d actually hoped to cover a different song of hers live this year but i guess that will have to wait until some other time… anyway, this one has to be in my top 5 – “Unison”. apologies for the crudely casual rendition. gnite!”
Filming the cover in black and white, Williams with her acoustic guitar performed a gentle and soothing rendition of the whimsical tune. Even though it was necessarily the full song, we appreciate Williams for sharing it.
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As previously mentioned, she dropped her debut solo record, Petals for Armor, on May 8 and has managed to get creative while in quarantine with a series of videos to go along with her songs — “Over Yet,” “My Friend,” “Why We Ever”, “Watch Me While I Bloom,” and “Dead Horse”.
Watch the Hayley Williams perform Björk’s “Unison” below.