Dead Letter Circus & Ian Kenny covered ‘You’re The Voice’ and it was glorious
Dead Letter Circus delivered something extra special at their show in Melbourne last Friday. With help from Ian Kenny, frontman of both Birds of Tokyo and Karnivool, the band performed a rousing rendition of the John Farnham classic ‘You’re The Voice,’ easily Australia’s fave belter.
Kenny and Dead Letter Circus frontman Kim Benzie took turns leading the crowd, who did the majority of singing themselves. Sitting on chairs across the stage, the band played it out with two acoustic guitars and that famously thunderous percussion.
Later posting to Facebook, the Brisbane band even noted that it was their “favourite song ever written” (and we agree):
The band are currently on tour to celebrate the ten year anniversary of their self-titled debut EP. The tour features newly revamped versions of some of their early tracks, along with a bunch of favourites from across their career. Following the tour, they’re finishing up a ‘best of’ album of sorts. Totalling twelve tracks, The Endless Mile it will similarly feature the updated EP tracks and more.
This is far from the first time Kenny and Dead Letter Circus have performed together. The group are old friends with Kenny, and their respective bands have performed together a lot throughout the years, including a huge co-headline tour back in 2014.
Check out all the action below: