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INFERNAL DEVICES-inspired song ‘Skin and Bones’ now available on iTunes

Skin and Bones

Beth Crowley’s Shadowhunter Chronicles-inspired songs are quickly becoming favorites among fans.

Her first song–“Warrior,” inspired by The Mortal Instruments–was a huge hit in the fandom, as was her follow-up–“Skin and Bones” inspired by The Infernal Devices.

“Skin and Bones” is now available to download on iTunes.

Beth told us of the inspiration behind the song:

“I really wanted to do something that blurred the lines between Will, Tessa, and Jem, where you don’t always know whose perspective it’s from,” Beth told us. “They are so connected that I couldn’t do something that wasn’t about the three of them.”

Check out the lyric video below:

What do you think of ”Skin and Bones?” Sound off in the comments!

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6 Comments on INFERNAL DEVICES-inspired song ‘Skin and Bones’ now available on iTunes

  1. Ze Lover of Jace // June 5, 2013 at 5:30 PM // Reply

    Bought it!

  2. This song is gorgeous! I only recently heard Warrior and am in love with it! Now I love this song, let’s just say this girl is my new obsession! (hope that wasn’t creepy!)

  3. teamedwardjace // June 5, 2013 at 9:27 PM // Reply

    love this song! will get it when i can download music again

  4. This is beautiful! I haven’t even read this series yet (still working on TMI), but this song makes me more excited to read them! I hope this Crowley becomes really popular. 🙂

  5. goosebumps. it’s perfect!!!

  6. Wow

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