Korn’s Jonathan Davis talks to SiriusXM’s Octane about new acoustic version of “Can You Hear Me” (Updated)

Korn lead singer Jonathan Davis spoke with Jose Mangin of SiriusXM’s Octane regarding the band’s new acoustic version of their track “Can You Hear Me” (the regular version of the song originally appeared on the band’s latest LP, ‘The Nothing”).

The acoustic number premiered on SiriusXM’s Octane this morning, and during the call with Jonathan, Davis reflected on 26 years of Korn and more.

Check out clips from the chat below, thanks to SiriusXM’s Octane. Jonathan Davis’ interview with Jose Mangin will air again tomorrow, May 29th via SiriusXM’s Octane channel.

Update: An official stream to the acoustic version of “Can You Hear Me” has been made available, check it out below.

Davis reflects on 26 years of Korn:

Davis on debuting the acoustic version of Korn’s “Can You Hear Me”:

Stream “Can You Hear Me” (acoustic):

Concert shot by Johnny Perilla

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