Hear Elton John duet with Rocketman’s Taron Egerton

"(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again" was written specially for the film soundtrack by Elton and Bernie Taupin

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Elton John has released a new single called “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again” – it’s a duet with Taron Egerton, who plays him in the upcoming Rocketman biopic.

See if you can tell the real Elton from the young pretender below:

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The song will feature on the soundtrack album Rocketman: Music From The Motion Picture, released on 24 May and available now for pre-order now from here. The film itself hits cinemas a couple of days earlier, on May 22.

You can read much more about Rocketman – and the man who inspired it – in Uncut’s Ultimate Music Guide to Elton John, available to buy now by clicking here.

The July 2019 issue of Uncut is on sale from May 16, and available to order online now – with The Black Keys on the cover. Inside, you’ll find David Bowie, The Cure, Bruce Springsteen, Rory Gallagher, The Fall, Jake Xerxes Fussell, PP Arnold, Screaming Trees, George Harrison and more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including PJ Harvey, Peter Perrett, Black Peaches, Calexico And Iron & Wine and Mark Mulcahy.

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