The Horrors Cover Frankie Knuckles' "Your Love" During BBC Session [Audio]

Marielle Iljazoski

by Marielle Iljazoski

Published April 25, 2014

("Your Love" begins at the 18-minute mark)

English shoegazers The Horrors pay tribute to the late Frankie Knuckles with a cover of his 1987 song "Your Love" during a Maida Vale studio session for BBC Radio 1. Knuckles, known as the Godfather of Chicago House Music, died earlier this month at the age of 59.

The Horrors took the tune and gave it a dark, spacey feel. Before playing the song, Frontman Faris Badwan states, "This is a track that we always collectively all loved. It's kind of a classic record, really. It's one of the best."

The session also included performances of "So Now You Know" and "I See You" from their upcoming album Luminous, out May 6th. Preorder is currently available through Amazon.

You can listen to Frankie Knuckles' original version of "Your Love" below.


Source: BBC

The Horrors
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