Ke$ha‘s new album Warrior dropped today (November 4), but the best part about Warrior may not even be all the new tunes that the trash-pop superstar is packing on her latest LP, but the acoustic EP that accompanies its release. Yes, it’s the Deconstructed EP, which finally gives fans of K$’s vocals (she can actually sing, swear!) what we’ve been wanting, with pared-down instrumentation and a clear vocal track on songs like “Blow,” “Die Young” and her Cannibal fan favorite “The Harold Song.”
The album version’s haunting, ambient pop production gets traded for a spare acoustic track, the absence of autotune revealing a lovely tremor in Ke$ha’s voice. “They say that true love hurts, well this could almost kill me / Young love murdered, that is what this must be / I would give it all to not be sleeping alone,” she sings over fuzzy, lo-fi instrumentation. Listen after the jump.
Ke$ha — “The Harold Song” (Acoustic)