Listen to local dream-pop outfit Savage Sister cover Kate Bush's 'Hounds of Love'

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Next Wednesday the Whistler hosts Chicago's fourth annual tribute to mystical British singer-songwriter Kate Bush, which also just happens to coincide with Bush's recent return to the stage after 35 years. This year's bash is titled "All the Love," which takes its name from a song off Bush's 1982 album, The Dreaming. But instead of selecting that for today's 12 O'Clock Track I've gone with a sullen cover of "Hounds of Love" by local dream-pop group Savage Sister. It's one of several covers the trio will play during "All of the Love," which also features a trio of DJs spinning Bush jams and a "Wuthering Heights" group dance at midnight. Now's a good time to dive back into Bush's discography, but before you do take a listen to Savage Sister's "Hounds of Love" below.

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