Sophie Ellis-Bextor has unveiled the tracklist for her upcoming album Songs from the Kitchen Disco and its lead single, a cover of Swedish pop icons Alcazar’s Crying at the Discotheque. The album was inspired by Sophie’s Instagram live disco sessions delivered from her kitchen and living room, and will feature classics from Sophie’s back catalogue as well as a few new tracks.
Including a new version of Groovejet (If This Ain’t Love), Take Me Home, Murder on the Dancefloor, and Mixed Up World. The album dips into most of Sophie’s albums and selects a few highlights – we are particularly excited at the inclusion of underrated anthem Bittersweet in there. As for the rarer tracks, a cover of My Favourite Things, True Faith, and Do You Remember the First Time? are likely to be enjoyed – despite not exactly screaming disco, unfortunately.
Listen to Sophie’s faithful version of Crying at the Discotheque above. You can pre-order the album here. Check out the full tracklist below: