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Watch Indigo Sparke cover Cat Power at End of the Road festival

28 February 2024, 09:00 | Written by The Line of Best Fit

Ahead of her set at End of the Road Festival last year, Sydney-born singer and songwriter Indigo Sparke played a Best Fit secret session and took on Cat Power's iconic "Cross Bones Style".

The song, taken from Chan Marshall's defining 1998 album Moon Pix, was written after she awoke from a nightmare in the South Carolina farmhouse she shared with then-boyfriend, Bill Callahan.

Watch Indigo Sparke's take on the track below.

Sparke joined the likes of Samia, Angel Olsen, Future Islands, Caitlin Rose and The Anchoress who all played for Best Fit's Secret Sessions during last year's event. The sessions have become a key part of End of the Road each year, bringing together artists from across the line-up in a series of short sets, exclusive covers, collaborations, and live interviews and Q&As.

Check out our playlist of past secret sessions

Past years in the secret sessions have seen performances from Lucy Dacus, Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, Kurt Vile, Moses Sumney, Alex Cameron, Laura Marling, Patti Smith, and Frightened Rabbit - who played a now iconic version of "The Modern Leper".

Tickets for this year's End of the Road Festival are on sale now from

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