Ever felt “just like a tourist in the city you were born?” Kelly Clarkson can relate, as she lined Loss of life Cab for Cutie‘s 2011 monitor “You Are a Tourist” for The Kelly Clarkson Present‘s opening Kellyoke section on Friday (March 3).
Accompanied by her band Y’all, the three-time Grammy winner put her personal peaceable spin on the choice monitor, utilizing her signature belt to execute hovering excessive notes and gorgeous vibrato moments. “‘Cause when you find yourself a villain/ In the story you have written/ It’s plain to see/ That sometimes the best intentions/ Are in need of redemption/ Would you agree/ If so, please show me,” Clarkson passionately sang on her rendition of the monitor.
“You Are a Tourist” was launched as the primary single from Loss of life Cab for Cutie’s seventh studio album, Codes and Keys, in 2011. The monitor topped Billboard‘s Alternative Airplay chart, one of the band’s now eight No. 1s on the tally.
Clarkson’s cowl of Loss of life Cab‘s hit comes at an appropriate time, as the band just collected its eighth Adult Alternative Airplay chart-topper with “Pepper,” which crowns the chart dated March 11. The single marked the band’s second No. 1 in a row, following the eight-week ruler “Here to Forever,” which led in August-October 2022.
Take heed to Clarkson cowl Loss of life Cab for Cutie’s “You Are a Tourist” for the newest Kellyoke within the video above.