September 27, 2013 11:51

Chvrches cover Whitney Houston's 'It's Not Right, But It's Okay' - listen

Scottish trio released their debut album 'The Bones Of What You Believe' on Monday (September 23)

Chvrches have covered Whitney Houston's 'It's Not Right, But It's Okay'. Listen above.

The electro-pop trio tackled Houston's classic R&B hit, which reached Number Three on the UK's Official Singles Chart in 1999, as part of their Maida Vale session on BBC Radio 1 on Wednesday (September 25).

Chvrches released their debut album 'The Bones Of What You Believe' on Monday (September 23) and it is on course to debut inside the Top Ten on the UK's Official Albums Chart this Sunday (September 29).

Meanwhile, the band have recently announced details of a huge UK and European tour to take place next year. The Scottish three-piece will play eight shows in the UK in March 2014, before going on to play dates in France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland.

Chvrches will play:

Dublin Academy (March 5)
Newcastle Academy (March 7)
Glasgow Barrowland (March 8)
Leeds Met Uni (March 9)
Birmingham Institute (March 10)
Cambridge Junction (March 12)
Cardiff Uni Solus (March 13)
London Forum (March 14)
Paris Trianon (March 17)
Antwerp Trixi (March 18)
Amsterdam Paradiso (March 19)
Frankfurt Batschkapp (March 21)
Zurich Komplex Klub (March 22)
Munich Muffathalle (March 24)
Berlin Astra (March 25)


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