St Etienne Likely To Perform Neil Young Cover At Latitude

Sarah Cracknell talks to Uncut ahead of next week's festival gig

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Saint Etienne are likely to resurrect their 1991 single cover of Neil Young‘s “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” when they perform in the Uncut Arena at Latitude Festival on Sunday July 19.

Speaking to Uncut.co.uk, St Etienne front woman Sarah Cracknell also says that they will be playing Fox Base Alpha songs (they recently played the album in it’s entirety live), “but it’ll be mostly singles – an ‘all hits’ set, because we only get a relatively short time to play, and everyone will be in the festival mood. It’ll be more dancey more than anything.”

You can read the full interview with Sarah Cracknell, and get her festival stories and tips here.

You can hear St Etienne’s 1991 single version of Neil Young’s “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” here:




Latitude 2009 kicks off on July 16 – stay tuned to Uncut’s dedicated Latitude Festival blog!

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