MP3: Neko Case & Nick Cave – “She’s Not There” (Zombies Cover for True Blood)

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Last night, a good majority of you most likely sat restlessly in front of the TV, awaiting the fourth season premiere of HBO’s wildly successful vampire drama, True Blood. To coincide with the launch of the new season, True Blood producers also digitally released a song from the upcoming True Blood – Volume Three Soundtrack, one that features badass Nick Cave and folk goddess Neko Case covering The Zombies’ classic “She’s Not There.”

The song sounds absolutely fitted for True Blood, with Cave’s dark, troubled vocals, and the song’s seriously devout Southern complexion. Check out the duet below, and you’ll see what we mean. Be on the lookout for the entire True Blood Soundtrack to drop sometime this summer.

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