The Horror Honeys: Slasher Honey Jam ~ 'Devil's Spoke'

Slasher Honey Jam ~ 'Devil's Spoke'



I might be a part of this
Ripple on water from a lonesome drip
A fallen tree that witness me
I'm alone, him and me.
And then life it's self can not aspire
To have someone be so admired
I threw creation to my king
With the silence broken by a whispered wind.
All of this can be broken
Hold your devil by his spoke and spin him to the ground...


Used in the closing credits of Karyn Kusama's The Invitation, Laura Marling's "Devil's Spoke" is the perfect upbeat, yet dark compliment to a quiet, stylish, and unsettling film. From her album, I Speak Because I Can, Marling is amazing at crafting songs that are beautiful, surprising, and deeply emotional. If you love badass singer-songwriters, then check out Laura Marling immediately. You won't regret it. ~RH