Sea Girls have shared a delightful cover of Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus’ pop-masterpiece, ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’.
The original is one of the most delightful pop music pieces in recent years and lends itself well to the cover, which Sea Girls guide to a rockier location. The British band keep the infectious country element to the track that Cyrus and Ronson injected into the original alive and well on their cover. It’s over two years since the original came into the world and the version acts as a reminder of what a magical track ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ is.
Even in a day and age when pop music has never been more throw away, there’s still the occasional nugget of gold hanging in the charts. Sea Girls chose to cover the track due to the storytelling nature of the track according to frontman Henry Camamile.
“The first time I heard it was when we were on our tour bus driving through Belgium in the middle of the night to play a festival in Germany the next day,” the singer remembers. “I couldn’t stop playing it for the next 24 hours. It just sounds like a classic.
“The lyrics are just infectious. ‘We live and die by pretty lies’ tells a great story, you know? We’re really proud of how it’s turned out, and hopefully, I’ve done Miley justice in the vocal delivery,” he added.
Sea Girls released their debut album last August and haven’t stood still since then with ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ being the group’s third post-album single. The cover doesn’t restructure the original and why should they fix something that isn’t broken?
Check it out, below.