Admittedly I've either never heard of Daughter or I confused them with the American indie group, Daughters. But I love a great cover song that takes the original and throws it out the window.
BBC Radio often asks bands to cover recently-released pop hits.
Daughter is an indie/folk trio out of London originally started as a solo project by Elena Torna. Their radical interpretation of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" saves only the basic vocal melody - and even that gets played with. Light percussion and gentle, atmospheric guitars surround Torna's sultry vocal. Give it a listen.
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