There is no shortage of celebs willing to share their musical talents during self-isolation.
Maya Hawke, who is quarantined with her dad Ethan Hawke, her brother Levon and half-siblings Clementine and Indiana, posted a video on social media of a family sing-a-long.
The “Stranger Things” actress sang along to Townes Van Zandt’s song “To Live Is To Fly” with Clementine and Indiana while Ethan and Levon played the guitar.
Maya’s stunning voice was the highlight of the video while she played with her sister’s hair.
The actress also suggested a book to her followers that could provide from “relief” during isolation.
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This is a good book. A New Book. By a good person. That I love. @ninarenataaron who’s book tour had to be canceled for obvious reasons. This book is mostly about codependency and love and addiction but I have been thinking a lot about people who are quarantined at home in all kinds unhealthy or abusive situations. Without the relief of work or school or going to the movies or whatever it is one does to get some time and space and relief. Maybe this book could be a little relief in this time if you feel like ordering it. A book is like a magic wardrobe I think. Narnia is inside. 😍
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