Alt-rock radio listeners of a certain age have heard Mazzy Star’s 1993 hit “Fade Into You,” from the duo’s second album, So Tonight That I Might See, roughly 8 million times (and not unhappily). Fans of the group, which features Hope Sandoval’s vocals and the guitar stylings of David Roback, have been hoping for years now that the band would write a follow-up to that album’s follow-up, Among My Swan.
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