Royksopp cover Depeche Mode's 'Ice Machine' for NRK's Lydverket music programPosted on 30/11/12
Especially for the final emission of the 10-year running Lydverket music program on NRK (Norwegian national TV), Röyksopp covered the Depeche Mode track "Ice Machine" with Susanne Sundfør on lead vocals. Another new song premiered yesterday too was "Running To The Sea", again featuring Susanne Sundfør on vocals.
You can listen to both songs after the jump.
And if you are into good Depeche Mode covers, be sure to pick up the one by DarkDriveClinic which you can get for free as well.
We added some more covers for you as well. Enjoy!
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Posted by B. Van Isacker
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