King Crimson Shares Cover Of ‘Heroes’ By David Bowie

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Legendary progressive rock band King Crimson will soon embark on a North American Tour. The group is releasing a new EP titled Heroes to accompany the run. King Crimson opens the five-track EP will a live version of David Bowie’s “Heroes” and today unveiled a video of the cover.

“King Crimson performed ‘Heroes’ at the Admiralspalast in Berlin as a celebration, a remembrancing and an homage. The concert was thirty nine years and one month after the original sessions at the Hansa Tonstudio overlooking the Berlin Wall. This is released in the Fortieth Anniversary year,” said Robert Fripp, the King Crimson guitarist who played on the original recording with Bowie. The Heroes EP also includes live versions of “Easy Money,” “Starless” and “The Hell Hounds Of Krim” as well as a radio edit of “Heroes.” Head here to pre-order.

Watch the “Heroes” video which premiered via Rolling Stone:

King Crimson kicks off their upcoming North American Tour in Seattle and will then make stops in Saratoga. Oakland, San Diego, Los Angeles, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Rochester, Montreal, Toronto, Quebec, Red Bank and Mexico City.

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