Meadowlark / Share Francis and the Lights Cover, UK Tour Concludes This Week
Meadowlark have unveiled a stripped back cover version of ‘May I Have This Dance’ originally by Francis and the Lights, and the track is available to stream on all digital platforms now.
Speaking about the choice of cover, lead vocalist from the band, Kate McGill, explains: “We were keen to take a track and totally change it, create a version of a song that no one would expect. We both absolutely love Francis & The Lights, his songwriting nods to a past era of music that we adore. May I Have This Dance felt like the perfect song to strip apart and work up from the bare bones, digging through the busy synthetic layers to find the emotional core of the track and exploit it in our own stripped back way.”
Stream & Share the Meadowlark cover of ‘May I Have This Dance’ on Soundcloud HERE.
The cover track arrives as Meadowlark reach the halfway point in their UK headline tour which will culminate in a homecoming show at The Louisiana in Bristol this Friday (13th Oct). All upcoming tour dates as follows with tickets for all dates on sale now from HERE.
MEADOWLARK UK TOUR DATES:
Mon 9 Oct - Fibbers, York Tue 10 Oct - The Moon, Cardiff
Wed 11 Oct - The Junction, Plymouth
Thu 12 Oct - Talking Heads, Southampton
Fri 13 Oct - Louisiana, Bristol
Fri 1 Dec - London, The Islington
Sat 2 Dec - Norwich, Owl Sanctuary
In September, Meadowlark released a provocative video for their current single ‘Sunlight’. Directed by Meadowlark’s own Dan Broadley (who alongside playing in the band has produced videos for the likes of Don Broco, Lower Than Atlantis, Mallory Knox, as well as the majority of Meadowlark’s catalogue), the video features two men in Y-fronts and Donald Trump masks making out. But rather than aimlessly smearing America or its president, the video is a satirical look at prejudice.
‘Sunlight’ is taken from Meadowlark’s debut album ‘Postcards’ which is out now on AllPoints. Listen to the album in full HERE.