Tash Sultana appeared on the latest digital installment of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert‘s #PlayAtHome series this week, where she performed her song “Beyond the Pine”. The song will appear on Sultana’s forthcoming sophomore album Terra Firma, and finds the Australian singer-songwriter performing every instrument.This performance of “Beyond the Pine” was released only hours after Sultana, who is non-binary and identifies as they/them, premiered the studio version of the song on their own YouTube channel. The song follows previously-released singles “Greed” and “Pretty Lady” which will also appear on the new studio album.Related: Tash Sultana Officially Releases “Through The Valley – The Last Of Us Part II” [Listen/Watch]In the video, viewers join Sultana in the studio as the groundwork to the song is laid. With simple kick drums and ambient keyboard work, the song is formless as the rhythm begins to assimilate. Soon, delicate vocals come in as more and more elements enter the picture. Sultana harmonizes with Sultana, bass root notes, and the reverberated strum of a shimmering guitar all come into play as the song takes shape. Before long, the layers begin to stack further and further as “Beyond the Pine” is suddenly unrecognizable from the simple foundation that begat the now dense melody.Watch Tash Sultana perform every instrument on “Beyond the Pine” for Colbert‘s #PlayAtHome series.Tash Sultana – “Beyond the Pine”[Video: The Late Show with Stephen Colbert]
“He is very sheepish, reclusive,” his son Edinho told TV Globo.Pele scored a world record total of 1,281 goals in 1,363 appearances during his 21-year career, including 77 goals in 91 appearances for Brazil.His health has been a concern in recent i and he had prostate surgery in 2015 after he was admitted to hospital for the second time in six months.“Imagine, he’s the King, he was always such an imposing figure and today he can’t walk properly,” Edinho explained.“He’s embarrassed, he doesn’t want to go out, be seen, or do practically anything that involves leaving the house.“He’s pretty fragile. He had a hip replacement and didn’t have an adequate or ideal rehabilitation. So he has this problem with mobility and that has set off a kind of depression.”This June marks the 50th anniversary of Pele’s final World Cup title, won in Mexico with what many believe to be the greatest team of all time.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Legendary Brazil forward Pele is reluctant to leave his house because he cannot walk unaided, his son has said.The three-time World Cup winner, widely regarded as the greatest player of all time, was taken to hospital with a urinary infection last year.Pele, 79, has had problems with his hip for some time and now needs a frame to walk, with many of his recent public appearances in a wheelchair.