Hercules And Love Affair’s 2011 album Blue Songs is all sorts of etherial disco goodness, so it comes as great news that creative frontman Andy Butler is back at it with The Feast of the Broken Heart, the group’s third album to be released May 26th.
If the first single, “Do You Feel The Same?,” is a sign of things to come, there’s much to look forward to (including the inevitable club remixes):
Speaking of exciting albums to watch out for, George Michael is set to release his first studio album in a decade on March 17th. Symphonica will feature original songs plus a cover of Nina Simone’s “My Baby Just Cares For Me” (good choice, George).
Here’s Sherry Vine giving Michael’s 1990 classic “Freedom” the drag treatment it so rightfully deserves:
And because it’s just too good not to share, here’s the ever lovely animated feline video of Nina Simone’s “My Baby Just Cares For Me” released in 1987. We wonder if George will stick with the whiskers:
Sticking with the covers theme, Below is British singer and all-around cutie Foxes making us like Pharrell more with her cover of “Happy.”
And for the kicker, here’s another drag remake — this time of The Go-Go’s 1982 classic “Vacation” put out by DWV and aptly titled “Gaycation.” Makes us want to pack a weekend duffel and hit the road: