Fiona Apple Returns With “Every Single Night”

Fiona Apple was only a teenager when she made a splashy debut with her 1996 album, “Tidal“. Not only was it met with both critical and commercial success, but it also yielded the “Criminal” singer a Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for that track. Definitely well deserved. I was obsessed with not only the track but also the heroin chic-styled music video. Now 34-years-old, the singer is staging a comeback.

If you thought the time between her last album to her new single, “Every Single Night“, was long, get a load of the title of her upcoming fourth studio album- “The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Driver Of The Screw, And Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do.” How do you like them “apples”?

The new album hits stores on June 19 and features ten brand new tracks. At SXSW last month, Apple performed three of them from the new album, including “Every Single Night”. Listen to it below. My take on the track is it’s part lullaby meets aboriginal chants with Apple’s signature torturedness.

Fiona Apple “Every Single Night”

What do you think of Fiona’s return? Do you like the new track? It’s a bit quirky but I think I can grow to like it. How about you? Sound off below.

  • good one

    Reminds me of Lana Del Rey with attitude or off sedatives.

  • DouggSeven

    I like it. Not sure how it’ll do commercially, but I don’t think she or her record label are anticipating Adele type numbers.