Hear Olivier Libaux Bring his Uncovered Queens of the Stone Age to Echoes live tonight
Olivier Libaux is a co-founder of Nouvelle Vague, a French project that records lounge versions of Punk and New Wave songs. Libaux steps out on his own with the CD titled Uncovered Queens of the Stone Age, reinventing songs by that hard rock band. He turns them into introspective dreampop with a host of guest singers. He comes to Echoes with two other wonderful vocalists, Charlotte Savary and Nathalie Réaux. They give an enchanting performance of music from the most underrated album of 2013, including a new cover.
Below, watch a live performance of “3′s and 7′s” from Libaux’s 2013 album, Uncovered Queens of the Stone Age.
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