Our new issue, Q313, which has just hit newsstands comes with an exclusive Amy Winehouse tribute CD to go alongside our extensive cover feature on the late singer.
Get the magazine now to get your hands on a copy of Back To... Back To Black, but in the meantime we're showcasing a different act each day who have covered a track from the album, today we hear from The View who have tackled Addicted.
Kyle Falconer: " I got into her music in the later stages of her career, largely through seeing Back To Black splattered on billboards all over Britain when we were on our first tour. I was blown away - obviously - then dived into the rest of her stuff. It's an honour to be asked to do a song on this Q album - especially the track we've done, Addicted, as I have a lot of friends who are precious about weed so I find it funny and can relate to every lyric. We did the song at the last minute but it was no task at all as I knew it well. RIP Amy."
Interview by Matt Yates @MatthewYates1
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Get the Amy Winehouse tribute CD only with Q313, on sale now.
The CD is only available with UK issues due to copyright reasons
10:30 AM | 07/07/2012
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