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Teeth & Tongue Cover The Smiths

Last year, Teeth & Tongue did a great live cover of “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” —

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The Frank & Walters

The Frank & Walters’ cover of “Cemetery Gates” by The Smiths is interesting:

  • The vocal phrasing is more restrained and has a different timing than the original.
  • The bass line drives the song and provides a suspenseful, almost ominous tone that the original song lacks.
  • When the guitar strumming comes in, though, the cover veers a bit closer to the original’s more cheerful/upbeat sound.

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Girl in a Coma: “Smart”

“Smart” by Girl in a Coma is one of the best new songs I’ve heard in a really long time.

“Smart” is the single from the band’s latest album, and it sounds like a long-lost song by The Smiths, if The Smiths were an all-girl band.

Every single component of the song works so perfectly together — the vocals, shimmering guitar chords, drum beat that is actually quite varied and complex upon close listening, and bass line that holds it all together.


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