Sigrid and the BBC Concert Orchestra perform a version of Neil Young’s “Old Man”.
Old Man” originally appeared on Young’s 1972 album “Harvest”, but Sigrid covered it for Radio 2. Shortly after the performance, Sigrid announced herself on social media as “honor”.
“So today I was able to sing and play piano on ‘Old Man’ like I do at home, but alongside the BBC Orchestra,” he said. Check out the amazing performance below:
Sigrid also performed “Bad Life” and “Don’t Moth Like Crying” during the session.
Speaking to NME ahead of the release of her debut album Sucker Punch, Sigrid said her ideal collaboration would be with Neil Young, “but I know that’s not going to happen. In my dreams, it would be Neil Young. My family will die. “happiness”.
Earlier this year, Sigrid teamed up with Bring Me The Horizon for ‘Bad Life’ after she and Oli Sykes hung out at the 2021 Reading Festival together.
“Maybe it’s not the most likely collaboration, but we’ve been fans of each other for a long time and we’re very happy that we were able to collaborate on this song,” said Sigrid before adding that n -the song tells the story. when things were hard and you never seem to stop being sad.
Meanwhile, backstage at Glastonbury, Declan McKenna told NME that he has also written a “wild” new song with Sigrid.
“I don’t think it’s going to be on (my third) album), but afterwards we were left thinking, ‘What the hell did we do?
And he continued: “We were all together [en un estudio] and we didn’t know each other. We wrote a song from the point of view of a clown who is losing [la cabeza] in front of a group of children, and becomes very sad at the end of the song. He becomes very aggressive.”
The former NME cover star then said that the currently untitled track “must be released to the world at some point”.