Transforming the song from its electro-pop roots to a more guitar-driven and summery affair, Sycco morphed the song into another cover – this time, Tame Impala‘s ‘The Slow Rush’ cut, ‘Breathe Deeper’.
Watch her performance below:
In a post-performance interview, Sycco – real name Sash McLeod – said she chose the song because she wanted to celebrate Australian music for Aus Music Month.
“I had two versions, and then I had a bit of a breakdown because I was freaking out,” she said.
“And then I just scrapped them all and did it in one day.”
Explaining the choice to exit the song with Tame Impala, Sycco said, “I always wanted to do a Tame Impala outro, because Tame Impala’s the best.”
“The ‘Breathe Deeper’ outro doesn’t have a four to the floor dance vibes, so I was like “if Kevin Parker won’t do it, I’ll just do it for him.”
She also delivered a performance of her original track, ‘Dribble’, which you can watch below.
This isn’t Sycco’s first time covering PNAU this year. As part of the ‘Deadly Hearts – Walking Together’ compilation released earlier this month, she covered their 2019 track ‘Solid Gold’.