August 8, 2022

Amanda Lear has had a wild profession. The French star, now in her early eighties, began out her public life as Salvador Dalí’s finest good friend in his later years. Lear additionally modeled, showing on the quilt of Roxy Music’s For Your Pleasure earlier than turning into a musician herself. From there, she turned an actor and a TV presenter, and he or she’s nonetheless energetic as we speak. Now, the New Orleans punks Particular Curiosity have supplied up a canopy of considered one of Lear’s ’70s disco singles.

A few months in the past, we posted Particular Curiosity’s dance-punk ripper “(Herman’s) Home.” The bodily single of “(Herman’s) Home” is out now, and its B-side is Particular Curiosity’s cowl of “Comply with Me,” a deadpan 1978 disco jam that was successful all through Europe. For his or her model, Particular Curiosity have recorded a reasonably trustworthy model of Lear’s single, including bleary guitar fuzz and someway sounding indifferent and purposeful on the similar time. Under, hearken to the Particular Curiosity cowl and take a look at the video for Lear’s unique single.

“(Herman’s) Home” b/w “Comply with Me” is out now on Tough Commerce.

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