Savoy covers Led Zeppelin’s ‘No Quarter’
Hard-rocking, laser-armed dance trio Savoy have revealed a head-bobbing, bass-infused cover of “No Quarter” by rock gods Led Zeppelin. The trio have built a following through years of spectacular live performances alongside singles with distinct fusions of rock and dance elements. “No Quarter” fits comfortably within their spectrum, boasting a dark and dirty side perfectly suited for a Halloween release.
“This is our first ever cover song. We know that Led Zeppelin is considered by many to be “untouchable” and that even attempting something like this could be offensive, wrong, whatever. But fuck it. Music is supposed to be fun, and making this was one of the most fun productions we’ve done. No Quarter is our favorite Zep tune, and that’s probably because its one of the only songs in which they use a synth and some keyboards. Its a dark, intense, classic song with a crazy storyline and meaning. Apparently when it was first released it got terrible reviews from Rolling Stone and the other folks in the industry that “know what they’re talking about,” and maybe that’s why we love it so much. Take a listen, let us know what you think, maybe you find it interesting, maybe you think we’ve butchered a classic… either way, we loved making it.”