Moses Sumney has shared a new cover of the Billie Holiday classic “I’ll Be Seeing You.” Sumney’s take on the ballad appears in the eighth episode of the new National Geographic limited series A Small Light. The show is based on the life of Miep Gies, the woman who helped hide Anne Frank and her family in her Amsterdam attic. Este Haim served as executive music producer on the series, which features covers by Danielle Haim, Kamasi Washington, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, Weyes Blood, and others. Check out “I’ll Be Seeing You” below.
Earlier this month, Olsen shared her rendition of “My Reverie” for the show, while Van Etten teamed up with The Sopranos and The White Lotus actor Michael Imperioli for a version of the Ink Spots’ “I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire.” Additionally, Weyes Blood recorded a new cover of the jazz standard “When You’re Smiling,” Danielle Haim covered Doris Day’s “Till We Meet Again” and Kamasi Washington released his take on Charlie Parker’s “Cheryl” for the series.
A Small Light: Songs From the Limited Series, is out today (May 23). Composer Ariel Marx released her original score for the show last week.