Watch Blossoms and Miles Kane perform Tame Impala’s quarantine cover ‘The Less I Knew The Better’

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It’s the latest and one of the best in a long list of lockdown covers from the awesome Stockport band. Blossoms and Miles Kane have been reunited to perform a cover of Tame Impala‘s ‘The Less I Know The Better’ – listen to it on their twitter handles and you can also try YouTube either.

The Stockport band and Kane shared a video of the cover to social media earlier on April 25 to keep their fans excited for this new song. In the split-screen clip, every band member can be seen performing their parts from their respective house in different rooms due to the coronavirus quarantine for maintain social distancing currently in place.

They have uploaded the early video of their cover on their twitter handle with great music and lyrics, all to entertain their fan followings. Due to these small efforts, people get motivated and encouraged to stay at their home to fight with such a pandemic moment.

Taken from Tame Impala’s 2015 album ‘Currents’, ‘The Less I Know The Better’ was originally made on the idea by Kevin Parker’s love of disco.

He said Under the Radar in 2015. Originally, I thought the track wasn’t supposed to be on the Tame Impala album because it had that white, dorky disco funk. I wouldn’t find it cheesy, but it doesn’t seek to be too sweet, as it’s pretty dorky and it’s pretty dorky. But I love this kind of music for me at the same time. I don’t know why, but for the last year or two, I was obsessed with disco.

The cover resembles the previous versions of Blossoms’ The Beatles’ ‘Paperback Artist’ and ‘Lost’ from Frank Ocean. Their album, ‘My Swim Brain’ was also performed in a version of the same theme.

With Cester in a lead vocal the group sees the Marvin Gaye hit, released in 1994 from the voules of Motown “This Love Starved Heart Of Mine (It’s Killing Me).

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