Current Dork cover stars Fontaines D.C. have recorded a cover of U2‘s ‘One’.
The woozy, crooning take on the classic track was laid down for Apple Music’s Home Sessions. Apple Music subscribers can check it out below.
Fontaines D.C. appear on the cover of the new issue of Dork, out now. They’re set to release their third album, ‘Skinty Fia’, on 22nd April via Partisan Records.
The band recently debuted a second preview from ‘Skinty Fia’.
Titled ‘I Love You’, the track was given a live debut late last year and is the second to arrive from the forthcoming album, set to drop on 22nd April. It follows on from lead single ‘Jackie Down The Line’.
A winding, brilliant, bittersweet love song, it also contains lyrics with a deeper meaning, described by frontman Grian Chatten as “the first overtly political song we’ve written.”
“It’s standing in the centre of our beloved home country as a multitude of things are brought to tragic ends in an apocalyptic state of affairs,” he continues. “That’s how it feels to me, and what I felt when I wrote it.”
You can check out a Sam Taylor-directed video for ‘I Love You’ below.