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The Living End’s Manager Doesn’t Like ‘The Voice’ Cover

Written by Kiel Egging on May 14, 2012

The Living End‘s manager Rae Harvey wasn’t a fan of Matt Hetherington‘s performance of the band’s hit White Noise on The Voice tonight.

In a reply to a tweet from yours truly, Harvey said she didn’t think Matt did a respectable job of the song in the first live performance episode of the Channel 9 ratings smash.

 

However, suprisingly, the band themselves – or whoever operates their Twitter account – didn’t think it was that bad.

 

Most of the fans on the band’s Facebook page weren’t as kind though – with several describing it as “s**t”, and Michael Collins saying “Unfortunately, it was more like Shite Noise”. Daryl Pearce went as far as to say: “Call the homicide squad, a song has been murdered”.

Did you see Matt Hetherington‘s cover of The Living End’s White Noise on The Voice tonight?  If so, let us know your thoughts below.

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