Forty years after Rumours, the influence of the plate can still be felt. Ten contemporary songs where a touch of Fleetwood Mac in filtering through.
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Haim – Honey & I
The sisters Haim put forth their love for Fleetwood Mac, inherited from mom and dad, never under chairs or sofas. They brought all different covers and a version of ‘Rhiannon’ with Stevie Nicks. Also their own songs carry the musical heritage clearly.
Kurt Vile – Never Run Away
“It’s totally our Tusk, but no cheese. Just rock’. As described Vile his fifth musical roll, referring to the album by Fleetwood Mac from 1979. Are excellent Wakin On A Pretty Daze makes already likely to be equally timeless.
Trixie Whitley – Before The Beginning
In 2012, we published the album Just Tell Me That You want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac. Stars like Tame Impala, MGMT and Antony Hegarty brought a musical tribute to the band. Also our very own Trixie Whitley was given the honor to a number to cover.
Warpaint – Undertow
The female quartet from California is known for their dreamy indie-rock, prominent guitars and harmonious vocal lines. A psychedelic variant on the Rumours actually.
Angus & Julia Stone – Heart Beats Slow
Brother and sister Stone have years visual sugary treats worthy indiefolk. In 2015, they had the support of Fleetwood Mac take care of at home Australia and New Zealand.
Julia Holter – Gold Dust Woman
The list of Rumourscovers is endless, but that of Holter it is worth listening to. They bestrooit the legendary number with some extra gold dust and makes for a very own version.
Midlake – Roscoe
Listen You Make Loving Fun and then to the number below. Speaks quite for itself.
Chairlift – Frigid Spring
As a singer, and half of the duo Chairlift sets Caroline Polacheksh her technical singing ability on exhibition. She is sometimes compared to Christine McVie, for the sake of her equally unique personality and voice.
Weyes Blood – Generation Why
In her album, Front Row Seat to Earth brought Weyes Blood the best of the seventies and 2016 together. Psychedelic folk with synths and wistful lyrics with a sense of humour: we predict a promising career.
Florence + The Machine – Delilah
Hartenzeer, a vocal range for you to say and catchy melodies: Florence Welch continues the tradition of the Rumours himself further. Try to not sing along to.