Album artwork for Covers by Cat Power
Album artwork for Covers by Cat Power
Album artwork for Covers by Cat Power
Album artwork for Covers by Cat Power

Cat Power, the vocalist, songwriter, musician and producer Chan Marshall, returns with her new album Covers, her third album of celebrated reinterpretations of songs by classic and contemporary artists. Produced in its entirety by Marshall, Covers features fully reimagined songs by Frank Ocean, Bob Seger, Lana Del Rey, Jackson Browne, Iggy Pop, The Pogues, Nick Cave, The Replacements and more, plus an updated rendition of her own song “Hate” from The Greatest (2006), retitled “Unhate” for this album.

Covers is the first album from Cat Power since Wanderer, her widely-acclaimed 2018 Domino debut, which earned rave reviews and features with the New York Times, The Guardian, The Cut, a NPR Tiny Desk, and a duet with Lana Del Rey on "Woman," which The New Yorker called a "trembling manifesto." Marshall’s work as Cat Power has defied genre and convention, her legacy rippling through the work of a wide range of contemporary musical luminaries.

Cat Power

Covers

Domino
Album artwork for Covers by Cat Power
LP

$25.99

180-gram vinyl

Black
Includes download code
Released 01/14/2022Catalog Number

LP-WIG-469

Album artwork for Covers by Cat Power
CD

$14.99

Released 01/14/2022Catalog Number

CD-WIG-469

Cat Power

Covers

Domino
Album artwork for Covers by Cat Power
LP

$25.99

180-gram vinyl

Black
Includes download code
Released 01/14/2022Catalog Number

LP-WIG-469

Album artwork for Covers by Cat Power
CD

$14.99

Released 01/14/2022Catalog Number

CD-WIG-469

Cat Power, the vocalist, songwriter, musician and producer Chan Marshall, returns with her new album Covers, her third album of celebrated reinterpretations of songs by classic and contemporary artists. Produced in its entirety by Marshall, Covers features fully reimagined songs by Frank Ocean, Bob Seger, Lana Del Rey, Jackson Browne, Iggy Pop, The Pogues, Nick Cave, The Replacements and more, plus an updated rendition of her own song “Hate” from The Greatest (2006), retitled “Unhate” for this album.

Covers is the first album from Cat Power since Wanderer, her widely-acclaimed 2018 Domino debut, which earned rave reviews and features with the New York Times, The Guardian, The Cut, a NPR Tiny Desk, and a duet with Lana Del Rey on "Woman," which The New Yorker called a "trembling manifesto." Marshall’s work as Cat Power has defied genre and convention, her legacy rippling through the work of a wide range of contemporary musical luminaries.