Boygenius recently stopped by BBC Radio 1, where the supergroup of Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker performed a gorgeous cover of Shania Twain’s smash hit “You’re Still the One.” You can check it out below.
Each member of the trio took their turn on lead vocals during their performance of “You’re Still The One.” Bridgers kicked off their rendition on the intro and first verse before being joined by her bandmates on the chorus. Then, Dacus took over to sing the second verse and pre-chorus, with the group once again coming together for the chorus. Not to be left out, Baker took the lead on the final go-around of the chorus.
Earlier this year, boygenius dropped their first full-length, the record. Widely critically acclaimed, it helped the act land seven Grammy nominations, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for “Not Strong Enough.”
In October, the trio also shared a new EP titled “The Rest.” The four-track release arrived just seven months after the trio shared its debut album, The Record.
Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, the band explained why now is the right time to share the EP. “I think just once we felt good about it, we wanted it out,” Dacus explained. “I don’t know if it was strategic; it’s just these are songs that weren’t ready for the record, and then we spent time on them, and they’re ready now. Is that right?”
Elsewhere, in Shania Twain news, the star’s 2004 Greatest Hits compilation made its first-ever appearance on vinyl on November 17 via Mercury Nashville/UMe. The new version is available in no fewer than four editions.
The collection gathered together all of the Canadian superstar’s best-loved anthems to that point in her glittering career, and the new release brings that up to date. With first-week sales of 529,000 units, was certified by Guinness World Records as the fastest-selling hits collection by a female artist in the U.S. It has since climbed to global sales of more than five million to date.
Newly remastered from the original tapes, Greatest Hits is now available as 2LP U.S. version on 180 gram black vinyl, while three exclusive, limited edition 2LP Versions will be on 180 gram baby pink vinyl, 180 gram Coke bottle clear vinyl, and 180 gram opaque blue vinyl. All editions now contain two additional tracks: Twain’s latest hit “Giddy Up!” and the fan favorite “Life’s About To Get Good.”