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Sons Of An Illustrious Father put their stamp on Pussycat Dolls’ ‘Don’t Cha’

The cover arrives ahead of their UK tour.
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Published: 2:53 pm, May 15, 2019
Sons Of An Illustrious Father put their stamp on Pussycat Dolls’ ‘Don’t Cha’

Sons Of An Illustrious Father have released a cover of Pussycat Dolls’ hit single, ‘Don’t Cha’.

Speaking to AnOther Man, who premiered the video, the band’s Lilah Larson explains: “The inspiration for this cover came when Ezra [Miller] and I were dancing at a queer party in Nashville one night on tour.

“It was clearly the best thing happening in town that night and was therefore being infiltrated by ostensibly hetero couples, who were sort of uncomfortably ogling the frolicking queers—including us—in a way that belied their envy and lust.

“The original song came on and Ezra and I in a typical moment of psychic connection looked at each other and agreed that the track, sung from our perspective, would perfectly encapsulate this common experience.”

The video arrives ahead of their upcoming UK tour, which kicks off in Glasgow on 20th May, and includes a headline show at London’s Village Underground.

Check out the cover below.

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