I'm discovering this artist at the moment. Three albums, three albums' worth of songs to listen to. But this is one of their more popular songs, from their second album, and I just adore the slow, melancholy creep of the song, as well as the singer's voice. Suitably creepy lyrics for the tone, and there's even some time writing in there ("beaten bone-eyed birches" is some lovely alliteration). I've definitely been appreciating more folk recently.