Featuring new music from Florence + The Machine, Lady Gaga, and more...

Elton John is set to bring together re-workings of some of his biggest hits on new album 'Revamp'.

The project finds Sir Elton connecting with some current pop greats, each taking it in turn to reinterpret some of his classic songs.

Out on April 6th, it's a potentially fascinating wander through the golden discs crafted by Elton John and co-conspirator Bernie Taupin.

The cast list is wonderfully broad: Florence + The Machine tackle 'Tiny Dancer', while Queens Of The Stone Age rip through 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'.

Other standouts include Ed Sheeran's version of 'Candle In The Wind', Mary J. Blige on 'Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word' and new music from Mumford & Sons, The Killers, Sam Smith, and Lady Gaga.

Elton John says: “'It's always a huge compliment when an artist loves your song enough to take the time and effort to rework it. As songwriters, Bernie and myself are thrilled when singers we admire and respect as much as those on Revamp choose to add their own unique twist in the process. It means that our music is still relevant and ultimately that our songs continue to reach new audiences. We're humbled and thank them all for their generosity.”

'Revamp' will be released on April 6th. Tracklisting:

Bennie And The Jets / Elton John, P!nk and Logic
We All Fall In Love Sometimes / Coldplay
I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues / Alessia Cara
Candle In The Wind (2018 Version) / Ed Sheeran
Tiny Dancer / Florence +The Machine
Someone Saved My Life Tonight / Mumford & Sons
Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word / Mary J. Blige
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart / Q-Tip featuring Demi Lovato
Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters / The Killers
Daniel / Sam Smith
Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me / Miley Cyrus
Your Song / Lady Gaga
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road / Queens of the Stone Age

Related: The Sound Of A Wonderful New Life - Elton John Interviewed

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