Broadcast's Trish Keenan to make posthumous album appearance

The late singer recorded vocals for Prefuse 73 before her death earlier this year

Broadcast's Trish Keenan to make posthumous album appearance

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Broadcast's Trish Keenan, who passed away on January 14, will make a posthumous appearance on the new album from electronica producer Prefuse 73.

She will feature alongside Zola Jesus and Shara Worden of My Brightest Diamond on 'The Only She Chapters', set for release on April 25.

Keenan sings on a song called 'The Only Trial Of 9000 Suns', while Zola Jesus appears on 'The Only Direction In Concrete', reports

"The process features all women vocalists and voices and the music was recorded very differently from how I normally work," Guillermo Scott Herren, aka Prefuse 73, said of the album. "This can be seen as a departure from other albums but it's not a departure intended to leave people feeling alienated or baffled."
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