Premiere Review: Watercolours Covers Ultimate Contemporary Classic, Tove Lo’s ‘Stay High’

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It has to be said that this is a corker of a cover. Dream-pop influenced band, Watercolours ace the modern classic, ‘Stay High’ with the lyrics sounding edgier than ever with an irresistible indie vibe.

Originating from Bristol, the upcoming band consists of Vocalist and guitarist, Conal Kelly, bassist and keyboardist, Matt Sharlot and keyboardist and backing vocalist, Hamish Woolley.

The trio originally met at university and now swirl an electronic feel with guitar sounds and an overall dreamy, indie style.

Having released their single, ‘How Do You Feel?’ in 2018 and securing super positive acknowledgement from BBC Introducing, the band are now sharing a passionate cover of ‘Stay High’ to assist all your lazy summer endeavours.

Not all covers are as slick as the original, but to cut the long story short, this one is.

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