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Jamie Lenman has dropped his cover of Cyndi Lauper's 1984 hit, 'She Bop'

It appears on his new album 'Shuffle'.
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Published: 10:35 am, July 02, 2019
Jamie Lenman has dropped his cover of Cyndi Lauper's 1984 hit, 'She Bop'

Jamie Lenman has dropped a brand new single.

Taken from his ambitious new album 'Shuffle' - due this Friday, 5th July - you can check out his cover of Cyndi Lauper's 1984 single 'She Bop' below.  

"I've loved Cyndi Lauper since I got her greatest hits on tape at the age of ten," he explains, "and in fact this isn't the first time I've covered one of her tunes. I've got all her records, I've read her book, she's a true icon and I hope she digs what I've done to her song. 

"It just seemed like it would work so well in that sorta garage-disco sound, just a big fuzzy bass guitar and drums with a slap-back fifties-style echo on the vocals, and I feel like we managed to pull it off!"

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