Back in July, MICHELLE returned with a new single called ‘Sunrise’. Now, the New York City-based collective have teamed up with UK singer-songwriter Arlo Parks for a new version of the track. Take a listen below.
“Our good friend Arlo Parks hopped on our newest version of SUNRISE,” MICHELLE said in a statement. “What a pleasure it is to hear new voices reimagine a tune we’ve held so close. Her soothing voice and stunning lyricism is everything we could’ve asked for.”
In turn, Parks said of the collaboration: “There‘s such a warmth and an energy to this track and MICHELLE are such a talented, genuine bunch – I feel so honoured to be a part of it.”
MICHELLE’s debut studio album, HEATWAVE, was self-released two years ago. Back in May, the group unveiled a remix of ‘THE BOTTOM’ by Rosa Walton of Let’s Eat Grandma. Earlier this year, they covered Roberta Flack’s ‘Killing Me Softly’.
Arlo Parks recently teamed up with Phoebe Bridgers for a cover of Radiohead’s classic ‘Fake Plastic Trees’ for BBC Radio 1’s Piano Sessions. Earlier this year, she put out the singles ‘Eugene’, ‘Black Dog’, and ‘Hurt’.