The Sleeves Duo

They say that music is the language of the soul, and nothing could be truer for this Indie Dream-Pop duo. The Sleeves are an international collaboration comprised of Daine Spowart (Australia) and Felicia Harding (Canada). Serving you on the sonic red carpet with the poise of Feist and the chemistry of Angus and Julia Stone, these two are no strangers to the stage. Add sultry vocals inspired by Ry X and Jenn Grant and you’ve got a match.

They say that music is the language of the soul, and nothing could be truer for this Indie Dream-Pop duo. The Sleeves are an international collaboration comprised of Daine Spowart (Australia) and Felicia Harding (Canada). Serving you on the sonic red carpet with the poise of Feist and the chemistry of Angus and Julia Stone, these two are no strangers to the stage. Add sultry vocals inspired by Ry X and Jenn Grant and you’ve got a match. The two met while touring Australia with pop-folk group Belle Miners and hit it off. After a subsequent successful tour of Europe they decided to join forces and continue their adventures as a duo. Their debut EP Ulterior Empire is due for release January 2020.

Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers
Back to Black – Amy Winehouse
Bad moon Rising – CCR
Bang Bang – Nancy Sinatra
Big Jet Plane – Angus and Julia Stone
Bitter Sweet Symphony – The Verve
Black and Gold – Sam Sparro
Budapest – George Ezra
Can’t Get You Out – Kylie Minogue
Crazy – Gnarls Barkley
Cry Me a River – Justin Timberlake
Dreams – Fleetwood Mac
Dumb Things – Paul Kelly
Electric Feel – MGMT
Hey Ya – Outcast
High and Dry – Radiohead
Horse with No Name – America
Hotel California – The Eagles
House of Cards – Radiohead
Howlin – RY X
Into My Arms – Nick Cave
Kids – MGMT
Let Her Go – Passenger
Limit To you – James Blake
My Gun – The Rubens
Nothing Else – Angus and Julia Stone
Pumped up Kicks – Foster the People
Riptide – Vance Joy
Rolling in the Deep – Adele
Save Tonight – Eagles Eye Cherry
Scientist – Coldplay
Shape of you – Ed Sheeran
Stay with Me – Sam Smith
Step up the morphine – DMA’s
Taking off – Fortune Killers
UFO – Sneaky Sound System
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
Volcano – Damien Rice
We Are The People – Empire of the Sun
White Flag – Dido
Wicked Game – Chris Issac
Your body is a Wonderland – John Mayer
You don’t know how it feels – Tom Petty
I Just Wanna Fly – Sugar Ray
What I got – Sublime
Don’t Walk Away Eileen – Sam Roberts
Cecilia – Simon and Garfunkel
Don’t dream it’s over – Crowded House
Miss Ohio – Gillian Welch
Harvest Moon – Neil Young
Tiger Mountain Peasant Song – Fleet Foxes
Heart Of Gold – Neil Young
Tell Me Why – Neil Young
Learning to Fly – Tom Petty
Green Mountain Road – Adam Torres
Goodnight Moon – Shivaree
Bésame Mucho – Consuelo Velazquez
I Know – Paul Simon
Wildflowers – Tom Petty
So Long Marianne – Cohen
Big Black Car – Gregory Alan Isakov
Only Go Backwards – Tame Impala
Baby Bitch – Ween
Right Round – Dead or Alive
Dreams – Cranberries
Such Great Heights – Postal Service
Only love can break your Heart – Neil Young
Uprising Down Under – Sam Roberts
Scarborough Fair – Simon And Garfunkel
The Lion Sleeps tonight – The Tokens
Green Eyes – Coldplay
Naked as we came – Iron and Wine
Crimson And Clover – Tommy and the Shondells
I put a Spell on you – Screaming J Hawkins
Jezebel – Iron and Wine
Magic – Coldplay
Here comes the Sun – Beatles
Mary Jane’s Last Dance – Tom Petty
Gimmie Sympathy – Metric
God Only Knows – Beach Boys
You Are my Sunshine
3 Little Birds
All These Things That I’ve Done – Killers
Jolene – Dolly Parton
Love Potion #9 – The Clovers
Riders on the Storm – Doors
Willow Tree – Chad VanGaalen
Wagon Wheel – Dylan/Old Crow
House of the Rising Sun – Animals
Landslide – Fleetwood Mac
My Happiness – Powderfinger
I’ll Fly Away
I Can’t Help Falling in Love – Elvis
Basement Apartment – Sarah Harmer
Moondance – Van Morrison
Joga – Bjork
Sweater Song – Weezer
People Are Strange – Doors
Me and Julio – Paul Simon
Summertime – Ohio
You Really got a Hold on me – Smoky Robinson
Man of Constant Sorrow
Go your Own way – Fleetwood Mac
Kiss Me – Sixpence none the richer
Blow at High Dough – Tragically Hip
Silver Springs – Fleetwood Mac
Tell Me Why – Neil Young

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