Chances are you’ve heard the music “Feeling Good,” at the very least in a method or one other. Originally carried out in 1964 and popularized by Nina Simone in 1965, it’s been famously coated by Michael Bublé, John Coltrane, George Michael, and Muse, amongst others.
Now, in 2018, it’s getting a brand new interpretation from Apashe and Cherry Lena. The common really feel of the observe is stored completely intact – it’s onerous to think about “Feeling Good” with out these highly effective, punctuating horns or these delicate piano notes within the bridge. But the place Apashe and Lena take the observe into their very own arms is clearly within the digital gildings. The horns and bass are artificial, the vocals elongated and manipulated, and so forth.
That doesn’t make the quilt any much less genuine; in actual fact, it’s most likely essentially the most new life that has been breathed into the observe since Muse determined to sing the refrain by way of a megaphone.
Check out Apashe & Cherry Lena’s cowl of “Feeling Good” under.