Describing their music as ‘playing melancholic songs on sparkling instruments’, Los Angeles Sugarplum Fairies play gentle, expressive songs that hint at folk and Nico and tears shed over lost loves. We’re delighted here on Backseat Mafia to premiere their new video, for a cover of the Jackson C. Frank song ‘Blues Run The Game’, and its just that – heartbreaking, emotive music with drips of organ and beautifully sparse guitar work, all topped off with Silvia Ryder’s soft alto.

Its taken from the latest album from Sugarplum Fairies Sunday Suddenly, which is out now on Starfish Records and is a sequel to the song “Moment of Fame” off the 2014 release “Godspeed & Silver Linings”, Check it out below.