Get Lucky by Daughter originally by Daft Punk ft/ Pharrell & Nile Rodgers
It was only a matter of time before covers, remixes, and mashups started popping up of the lead single from Daft Punk’s much-anticipated Random Access Memory. Here, Daughter offers up a low-key version which has more of an “again, the morning after” feel to it. —indieandyy
AV Undercover is back in full swing for it’s fourth season of excellence. In case you’re unfamiliar with this project by Onion’s AV Club, it’s quite simple - the AVC makes up a list of 25 songs and over the course of 25 weeks, bands come through and get to pick a track to cover. Once a band picks a song, it’s off limits for the remaining bands. This week, the always reliable Frightened Rabbit takes a crack at the 70’s coming-of-age teen anthem, “Surrender” by Cheap Trick. Naturally, the results are pretty damn great.
From Roy’s Press Release that his Daughter issued: Dad just recently heard about Taylor Swift. He really likes her music. Then he heard about her problems with relationships and guys. He just got divorced again and he’s been playing her albums all the time… and then learning them. At least he’s not crying or something.