Leona Lewis to cover Nine Inch Nails track 'Hurt'

Johnny Cash famously sang the song in 2002

Leona Lewis to cover Nine Inch Nails track 'Hurt'

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Leona Lewis is set to cover the Nine Inch Nails' 1994 track 'Hurt' on her forthcoming EP.

Famously covered in 2002 by Johnny Cash, Lewis will feature the song on 'Hurt: The EP', which is set for release on December 9. The video to Johnny Cash's version of the song was named the Best Video of All Time by NME earlier this year. Scroll down to watch it.

Lewis' EP will also contain covers of 'Iris' by the Goo Goo Dolls and 'Colorblind' by Counting Crows.

Originally set for release in November, Lewis' third album 'Glassheart', will now be released on March 26, 2012. Lewis' forthcoming album sees songwriting and production from Emeli Sande, Ryan Tedder, Ammo, Fraser T Smith, Steve Robson, Autumn Rowe and Sandy Vee.

Confirmed tracks on the album include 'Collide' with Avicii, 'Trouble', 'Mountains', 'Glassheart', 'Fire Flies', 'Blank Page' and 'Sugar'.

'Hurt' by Johnny Cash:



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