Estonian alternative rock trio Sibyl Vane recorded special cover version of Depeche Mode’s evergreen “Never Let Me Down Again”. The band reveals that Latvian I Love You Records will release their second self-titled album in April 2017.
Sibyl Vane’s version of “Never Let Me Down Again” was premiered in Valentine’s Day special show in Estonian National Broadcast Radio 2. As said by the band members, they dedicated this song to all Sibyl Vane fans out there.
“First of all we wanted to really make something special for our fans and thank them for being with us through the years. Valentine’s Day seemed best time to do this. We haven’t actually recorded any covers and there aren’t any in our active playlist. So this seemed like a proper challenge for us,” explained Sibyl Vane’s leader and singing guitarist Helena Randlaht.
“It was in the beginning of “Love Holy Water & TV” album presentation tour when someone bought discounted Depeche Mode best of album and it travelled with us two years. It became the main CD that we played driving through Baltics and Scandinavia. This song was definitely one of our favorite and was often played on repeat mode. Last spring one Latvian radio station H2O asked us to make a cover version of a Depeche Mode song for live session, it didn’t take long to figure out, what song to pick,” says bassist Heiko Leesment.
Sibyl Vane comes from little Estonian coastal town called Pärnu and their international career started in 2012 when they were signed by Latvian record label I Love You Records after successful performance in region’s most prestigious Tallinn Music Week showcase festival. They debuted same year with album called “Love, Holy Water & TV” and it was presented with almost 200 shows through Baltics, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Ukraine and UK. They even came to support legendary Garbage in their one only show in Baltics.
The band revealed that the signed new contract with Latvian record label I Love You Records who are releasing their next self-titled album in April 2017. The album contains ten brand new songs and first single “Clusterf*uck” was released in September last year.
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