Melbourne-based pop artist Elizabeth – just Elizabeth – has released a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way” as a bonus track on the upcoming deluxe edition of her debut album The Wonderful World of Nature, whose sunny pop melodies overcast with heartbreak prompted comparisons to Lana Del Rey. Released almost a year after her debut, this cover continues to solidify Elizabeth as a promising Australian singer-songwriter.
Emerging as an up and coming singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, Gracie Abrams has cited a range of lyrical masters as influences from Joni Mitchell to Lorde. It’s no surprise she was drawn to cover one of the most classic songwriting duos of all time. Nearing the 51st anniversary of Abbey Road, Abrams has delivered a soothing cover of The Beatles’ classic “Golden Slumbers.”
Brett Eldredge has put a country spin on Billie Eilish’s “When the Party’s Over” for his new single. The song was recorded live at Glasgow, one of Eldredge’s last shows during the European leg of his recent tour.
Utah-based teen band turned solo project Ritt Momney has released a cover of Corinne Bailey Rae’s R&B hit “Put Your Records On.” Only 20 years old and one LP into his career, main man Jack Rutter has seen this breakthrough hit land him a major-label record deal. Originally released independently in April, the summery track achieved viral success on TikTok – it currently has over 23 million streams on Spotify. In a Rolling Stone interview, Rutter described the track’s popularity as “an almost overnight shift”.