Miguel covers Slaves track ‘Hey’ for Radio 1 Live Lounge – watch

The R&B singer performed the Tunbridge Wells punk duo's track on Thursday (June 18)

R&B singer Miguel has covered Slaves track ‘Hey’ in session for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge.

The US performer stopped off at Radio 1 on Thursday morning (June 18), taking on the Tunbridge Wells punk duo’s second single, which was released in November 2014. The track also features on the band’s debut LP ‘Are You Satisfied?’, which was released on June 1.

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Speaking to host Clara Amfo, Miguel joked that he would “definitely” be making a visit to the Kent town of Tunbridge Wells after the rendition. Watch his performance below.

Meanwhile, Slaves were recently involved in a feud with Sleaford Mods, which started when the latter band described their counterparts as “a pile of shit”.

Frontman Jason Williamson said: “They’re doing my pose in photos, ripping us off. We met them at Beacons festival [in Yorkshire] last year and they asked if me and Andrew [Fearn, bandmate] would be interested in writing something for the album, and I said no. They looked like a [mid-’80s jazz pop outfit] Matt Bianco sort of thing, and now they’re trying to play this working class game. I think they’re fucking appalling.”

Slaves will tour the UK during November, playing the following dates:

Bristol Anson Rooms (November 14)
Cardiff Student Union (15)
Portsmouth Pyramid (16)
Norwich Waterfront (18)
Glasgow O2 ABC (19)
Newcastle University (20)
Manchester Ritz (20)
Leeds Becketts Student Union (20)
Liverpool O2 Academy 2 (24)
Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall (25)
London Forum (27)