The Wytches cover Ace of Base's 'All That She Wants' - watch

The Brighton based band are currently recording their debut album

Recent NME Radar stars The Wytches have covered Ace of Base's 1992 hit single 'All That She Wants'.

Click above to watch the up-and-coming band cover the song for the Transmitter YouTube channel. The original version of the song reached Number One in the Official UK Singles Chart when it was released, and it has also been covered by The Kooks.

Meanwhile, The Wytches release their single 'Robe For Juda' on November 18 on the Hate Hate Hate label. The Brighton based band are currently recording their debut album and have supported Temples, Palma Violets and Drenge. Read NME's Radar feature on the band by clicking here.

The band will play a single launch party for 'Robe For Juda' on November 21 at The Black Heart in Camden, London, with support from Cold Crows Dead and Blonde Bunny. They play Brighton's The Haunt tomorrow night (November 12).

To check the availability of The Wytches tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765

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