On the week that Gengahr would have performed at this year's Glastonbury Festival, the London-based outfit have now officially released their cover of Kendrick Lamar’s 'LOVE.'
Originally recorded as part of their Maida Vale session for BBC Radio 1, the release is an ode to the festival that should have been celebrating its 50th Anniversary, covering the very artist that would have taken to the stage as a headliner.
Speaking about the cover, the band said, “This week we would have been on our way to play Glastonbury festival for the third time. It's home to some amazing memories for us as a band and it's cancellation this year was the most painful of them all. A few months back we played this cover on Annie Mac’s R1 show and the response was so good that we ended up playing it again throughout the Sanctuary tour. Kendrick would have been the jewel in the Glastonbury crown this year so it seemed fitting that we record and release a studio version of the track to commemorate this lost moment in time.”
Have a listen to their version of 'LOVE.' in the player below.