Electronic duo Electric Fields have teamed up with several notable Australian musicians for the season finale of ABC’s The Sound.
The performance, which was broadcast last night (Sunday 23), was primarily recorded at the conservatory inside the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
The performance also incorporates the voice of late Gurindji man Vincent Lingiari, the subject of the song’s story.
Watch the performance below:
We're grateful and excited to share our version of this iconic song by Kev Carmody and Paul Kelly. Thank you to the Lingiari family and the Gurindji people for their support and approval to use Vincent Lingiari's voice in this track. FULL EPISODE of THE SOUND available here > https://iview.abc.net.au/show/sound Video produced by: Mushroom Creative House @mushroomcreative and Instagram @mushroomcreativehouse
Posted by Electric Fields Music on Saturday, August 22, 2020
In a press statement, Electric Fields noted that they were “grateful and excited to share [their] version of this iconic song.”
“Thank you to the Lingiari family and the Gurindji people for their support and approval to use Vincent Lingiari’s voice in this track,” they said.
The cover features on the reissue of ‘Cannot Buy My Soul: The Songs Of Kev Carmody’, which arrived last Friday (August 21). The compilation album features new covers from artists such as Jimmy Barnes, Courtney Barnett, Kate Miller-Heidke and Alice Skye.