Queen Of Music Sophie Ellis-Bextor Unleashes Yummy Cover Of 1990s Hit “Crying At The Discotheque”!

Queen of musique, Sophie Ellis-Bextor provided one of the only stellar things to come out this unfortunate horrible pandemic. Somethin since day one we've been happily obsessed with. Her ultra-popular underground IG Live "Kitchen Discos". The Covid-19 lockdown never sounded or looked more smashing and not to mention quite ethereal, Sophie has now decided to release one of thee songs from her set. Her electric version of thee legendary disco tune, Crying at the Discotheque.

She spilled on Zoe Ball’s Radio 2 show about thee project saying:

“I’m really excited to be putting out ‘Crying at the Discotheque’. I used to sing it sometimes when I was doing a club set, as I always loved the song, and since I sang it during the kitchen discos it forever holds a special place in my heart. I love this version. Such a great song and full of the imagery of the discos I always go to in my head when I’m singing."

What made these multiple live series sets so enthralling is the fact that Sophie filmed with her entire family in tow! There was love, dancing, sweetness, and the occasional havoc moments. She's also mentioned that her virtual disco will go on a Kitchen Disco Tour next year! And we simply can't wait.

Thee new greatest hits album is due on November 13th. It shall contain Bextor's infamous disco hits on one record for the very first time. Including juggernaut songs like, "Murder On The Dancefloor" "Take Me Home".

Without further ado. Off her upcoming new body of work, thee "Song From The Kitchen Disco" from the one and only Sophie Ellis Bextor second greatest hits album.



The Universe Is You


A Pessimist Is Never Disappointed
(theaudience song)

By Chance

Final Move

Is It Any Wonder

Groovejet (If This Ain't Love)
(Spiller cover)

Everything Falls Into Place

Murder on the Dancefloor

Move This Mountain


Get Over You

Encore 2:

Take Me Home
(Cher cover)

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