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For Frances Bean Cobain, 2010 is Already Better than 2009

frances-bean-cobainFrances Bean Cobain didn't exactly finish out the last decade with a smile on her face. Four years after Courtney Love regained custody of Frances Bean following an alleged 2003 Oxycontin overdose, Courtney lost custody of the 17-year-old Frances Bean again in late December of last year. A few days later, Frances Bean filed a restraining order against her wayward mother. Needless to say, Christmas at the Cobain/Love household must've been a bummer.

Luckily, it looks as if Frances is already busying herself to avoid the current clusterfuck that is her familial relations; she's scheduled to make her recorded debut as part of Dresden Dolls frontwoman Amanda Palmer and gypsy-punk ragamuffin Jason Webley's latest project, Evelyn Evelyn, who will release their self-titled debut March 30 on Eleven Eleven. Frances lent her pipes to the song "My Space," which also features vocal turns from Andrew W.K., Tegan and Sara, goth-fantasy writer (and Palmer's husband-to-be) Neil Gaiman, and to top it all off, "Weird Al" Yankovic. 2010: the year where Frances Bean Cobain and "Weird Al" share equal billing on the same song. Kurt would be proud, surely.

For Frances Bean Cobain, 2010 is Already Better than 2009