Apple takes over Kate Bush and it’s incredibly sweet

Apple takes over Kate Bush and it’s incredibly sweet

For two weeks, France Inter invited Apple to share covers of titles of its choice. For the first number of “Pomme and Co”, a daily appointment, the singer proposed a cover of “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” by Kate Bush.

In a short format of six to nine minutes, the author and performer of the album Consolationreleased in November, presents a hit that marked his musical culture before offering a cover and listening to the original version. This Monday, December 19, she opened this series of daily chronicles by the cult Run up that hill (a deal with God) by Kate Bush.

A bright recovery

Apple admits to being part of this generation Z, far from the British singer, who discovered this title thanks to the series stranger thingsand confides:I dived into his discography and in particular into The kick inside […]his first album. I discovered a completely extraordinary artist, in whose footsteps I want to walk […]. Each of his choices, his positions seems fair to me.

Accompanied by her autoharp, she brings to this monument of cold wave, rather dark and serious, a particular sweetness, which seems to be closer to the positivity with which the young generation discovered it than to the dramatic intensity it conveyed at the time of its exit.

For the following episodes, Apple will return to other emblematic hits for her, which she announces “100% feminine and sometimes feminist“, among which National anthem by Lana Del Rey Bad boy by Billie Eilish or even Marcia Baila of the Rita Mitsouko.

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