Elizabeth Fraser records music for new BBC drama

She's recorded a version of "She Moves Through The Fair"

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Elizabeth Fraser has recorded a version of the Irish folk song “She Moves Through The Fair” for a new BBC drama series.

A collaboration with the Insects (Tim Norfolk and Bob Locke), the song appears in the debut episode of the corporation’s new supernatural series, The Living And The Dead.

Clash reports that you can hear the song on the Graham Norton show at the 1:44:44 mark.

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Earlier this year, Fraser collaborated with her husband, Damon Reece, on the score for a new four-episode miniseries, The Nightmare Worlds Of H.G. Wells. The score is Fraser’s most substantial work since the Cocteau Twins’ Milk And Kisses in 1996.

The Living And The Dead begins on BBC One tonight [June 28], though it has previously been available on the BBC iPlayer as a box set.

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Uncut: the spiritual home of great rock music.

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