Katie Crutchfield's fifth album as Waxahatchee, Saint Cloud, has only been out five days, but it's already cemented its place as the most engrossing record of her impressive career to date. And she shares a home with Kevin Morby, who himself is only a year removed from an impressive fifth album of his own in Oh My God and recently released two new singles. So their submission to Digital FORT made perfect sense, with Morby first singing harmonies for Crutchfield on "The Eye" and the two switching over for Morby's "I Was On Time." Will any amount of me tweeting at them ever bring about the full cover of Everclear's "Santa Monica" I so desperately want? Probably not! But the two of them backing each other up on two of their best songs still rules.
Digital FORT is a two-day event bringing together over 100 artists to help raise money for those hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. To find a full list of charities, funds, and resources we’re highlighting throughout FORT, click here.