Over the past week The Weather Station has been sharing covers of songs from her March album How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars, beginning with Luka Kuplowski's version of "Marsh", and followed by Joan Shelley and Nathan Salsburg's cover of "Endless Time", and Felicity Williams' version of "Taught".

Yesterday (14 April) The Weather Station shared the latest How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars cover, which sees Hand Habits' Meg Duffy cover "Ignorance".

Tamara Lindeman, aka The Weather Station wrote of Meg Duffy's cover, "I have so much respect for Meg Duffy and the music they make as Hand Habits. I'm really honoured and intrigued to see them cover "Ignorance", outside under the trees."

Going by the releases of the previous covers, it looks like The Weather Station could share a cover of "To Talk About" later today (15 April).

The Weather Station's How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars album is out now.