Friday, 27 January 2017 00:18

Neoholics return with an apt cover version

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We haven’t heard from the Neoholics since 2015 and so its a welcome return for this Swedish band. The Neoholics drew immediate attention with their debut single, a Neo-soul/R&B cover version of Pharrell Williams - Happy and several funky follow up tracks.

Now the band return to their crate-digging selections to produce their own version of the single - Apparently Nothing (1991) by UK band Young Disciples.

There’s more than enough reasons for the lyrics to also feel decidedly appropriate in todays world.
  
A baby is crying
A mother is dying
A leader is swearing
But no one is caring... About
Apparently nothing

The single features Teresa Pozgaj, a new name to us, however her stunning soulful vocals guarantees she’ll be a name we’ll remember.

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