Courtney Love is teasing a collaboration with The Big Moon, sharing a video of a new cover on her social media accounts.
The grunge icon posted a video on her Instagram page of her singing with the band’s frontwoman Juliette Jackson in what looks like a living room setup.
In the clip, the pair are seen singing and playing Aimee Mann’s 2017 song ‘Philly Sinks’. “Philly thinks, when he thinks he can’t feel anymore,” they sing together, as Jackson plays the guitar. “Philly drinks, when he drinks all the drugs hit the floor.”
“Teaser. Roses coming . With bruises @thebigmoon @realaimeemann,” Love wrote in the caption. Watch the video below now.
The Big Moon aren’t the only current artist Love has been posting about on her Instagram of late. The star has also been sharing her love for Baby Queen and posted on her Instagram Story yesterday that she’s now the proud owner of a Baby Queen bracelet.
Love hasn’t released an album since her 2004 solo debut ‘America’s Sweetheart’ and has only shared a handful of singles and standalone songs since then. Last year, she contributed a new song called ‘Mother’ to the soundtrack of The Turning – her first piece of new music in five years.
Before that, she released collaborations with Ginger Wildheart (2014’s ‘Honour’), Michael Stipe (‘Rio Grande’) and Fall Out Boy (‘Rat A Tat’), as well as the singles ‘Miss Narcissist’/‘Killer Radio’ and ‘You Know My Name’/‘Wedding Day’.
Meanwhile, The Big Moon released their second album ‘Walking Like We Do’ in January 2020. The Forty-Five named it one of the best albums of the year, saying: “On The Big Moon’s Mercury-nominated 2017 debut, the quartet staked their place in indie’s great tradition of lovable gangs: a group of pals with soaring, big-hearted hits for days who you’d give your right arm for a night down the pub with.