Back in March, we became enamored with the beautifully melodic and uplifting sound of Danish four-piece Liss and their debut single, "Sorry." The highly accessible yet unique song quickly captured the attention of many in fans and fellow musicians alike Recently, one very special fan and fellow Dane paid homage to the band by putting her own spin on "Sorry."
During her appearance on Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show, MØ decided to cover "Sorry" for her live performance. The singer strips down the original and favors a minimalistic backdrop for a wonderfully lush and mesmerizing result. The cover comes ahead of MØ's upcoming tour dates for which Liss will serve as the opening act. Together, MØ and Liss will be performing in London, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm.
Over the past year, MØ has been slowly releasing snippets of her second studio album, including "Kamikaze," "Final Song," and "Drum." The follow-up to 2014's No Mythologies to Follow has yet to receive a release date.
Listen to MØ's emotional cover of Liss's "Sorry" below, and revisit the Danish band's original here.
October 22: Roundhouse, London, UK
October 28: Forum, Copenhagen, DK
November 02: Rockefeller Music Hall, Oslo, NO
November 03: Münchenbryggeriet, Stockholm, SE