To celebrate the 26th anniversary of Nirvana‘s third and final record, ‘In Utero’, London’s Red Method’ have just shared their own take on its lead single, ‘Heart-Shaped Box’.
This is what keyboardist Alex Avdis had to say about the song and their cover of it.
“This is just something we put together to commemorate the day an album came out that changed popular music as we know it. ‘In Utero’ was an album that taught us that music didn’t have to be polished to be good. It can be messy, noisy, mainstream and successful.”
You can stream and watch the video for their cover of ‘Heart-Shaped Box’ below.
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