The Song That's Shaking Me with Mas Ysa

Janice Headley
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KEXP asks musicians, "What is your favorite song, not necessarily of all time, but right at this freakin' moment?"

    Mas Ysa: "It's been this for about a year, and it's "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," the Sinead O'Connor version. The live version is unbelievable. The lyrical content is really beautiful, y'know? It's a nice apology for having broken somebody's heart. I wanted the apology, so I took that one."

Mas Ysa's debut EP Worth is out now via Downtown Records / Maple Music Recordings. Read an in-depth review of it on the KEXP Blog here.

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