Ellen & The Escapades cover Robert Palmer’s ‘Addicted to Love’

Ellen and The Escapades recently spent the day with fellow Leeds band Hope and Social. Each month Hope and Social invite a band to their ‘crypt’ and together they arrange, record and produce a cover, chosen by fans. It looked as if it could have been the Queen classic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ at one point but instead the track chosen was Robert Palmer’s timeless hit ‘Addicted to Love’.

Ellen and The Escapades release their debut album ‘All The Crooked Scenes‘ on Monday 16th April and are just about to head off on tour to support the release. For ticket details please visit the band’s website.

Live Dates in April:
Leeds Brudenell Social Club
16 London Lexington
17 Cardiff Buffalo Bar
18 Bristol Thekla
19 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
20 Glasgow Nice n Sleazy
21 Newcastle Cluny
22 Manchester The Castle
23 Brighton The Haunt
24 Reading South Street Arts Centre

Tickets available from MusicGlue

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