Johnny Marr - I Feel You

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Johnny Marr is set to mark 2015’s Record Store Day with a numbered limited edition 7” release of ‘I Feel You’ on April 18th.

The single’s b-side is a live version of The Smiths’ ‘Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want’ recorded at Manchester Apollo in October 2014.

‘I Feel You’ will also receive a digital release on April 19th 2015.

Directed by David Barnes
Produced by Louise Lynch for David & Goliath
Production by Georgie Harrison for


Johnny Marr has covered Depeche Mode's "I Feel You" for an upcoming 7-inch release as part of Record Store Day. Now, his gloomy take on this particular song of faith and devotion has been fit with a complementary set of murky visuals.

The video mostly finds Marr and his shadowy entourage grinding their way through the early '90s single. The song has been transposed a key or two higher, and Marr's vocals land a little lighter than the weary baritone of one David Gahan, but the extra inky surroundings help add to the arrangement's ominous feel.
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