"It's an absolute thrill to have Nile stamp his legendary signature sound on the track," says Wilson.
Citing continued Covid-related disruption in Europe, Wilson states that he will now concentrate on upcoming music projects, including two new albums.
In the new series' first episode the pair discuss 1981, looking at releases, from Rush, Iron Maiden, Pat Metheny, Rupert Hine and Phil Collins.
The spoken-word track appears on the artist’s 2019 album, ‘Free.’
See the stripped-down visual from her solo debut ‘To Love Is To Live.’
‘In that sense, everyone now can take part in the notion of celebrity and has the potential to share their life with an invisible mass of people they will never meet.’
The track also features on Wilson's new studio album, 'The Future Bites', released by Caroline International on January 29.
Wilson's cover of Swift's 'Folklore' track is part of his 'The Future Bites Sessions' project
In conjunction with the release of the short film, Mulvey has also released a new 12″ vinyl of the EP featuring a fully recyclable sleeve
Wilson's hotly-anticipated new studio album, 'The Future Bites', is out on January 29.
The band will take to the stage at London’s Clapham Grand for the festive season on December 19.
Next month, the band return to London's Konk Studios, where they recorded 'I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose' across 2008 and 2009.
Titled ‘The Ultra Deluxe Music Product On Obsolete Media’, the strictly one-off box will retail for £10,000 with the profits going to the UK’s Music Venue Trust.
The show will raise money for the victims of the huge warehouse explosion which rocked the Lebanese capital in August, claiming the lives of over 200 people.
The upcoming live album captures “a particularly special night” for the band.