Dec 102014

Though King Creosote has released over 40 albums, he first came to a lot of people’s attention in 2011 when the Scottish singer’s album with Jon Hopkins was nominated for the Mercury Prize. His gorgeous falsetto lilt was a revelation, and it works perfectly on his new cover of Cher‘s “Believe.”

These days, the song is best remembered as pioneering the use of manipulated AutoTune well before T-Pain came along. Needless to say, King Creosote (née Kenny Anderson)’s version features none of that. Just simple plucking and that voice. Watch it below. (via Gigwise)

Check out more King Creosote at his website.

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  1. Stunningly beautiful. Gonna drive me crazy till I have a copy of it.

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