We’re loving this ’20s-inspired cover of The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army”

Need a weekend jam to listen to while you get your 1920s fabulous on, luxuriously sipping on a mint julep and looking glam-as-hell in your dressing gown? That’s totally your Friday evening plan, right? Well, Postmodern Jukebox has you covered with this incredible rendition of the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army.”

Postmodern Jukebox — a growing group of musicians who have won over the hearts (and ears) of millions of YouTube users — who have covered everything from “Gangsta’s Paradise,” to “My Heart Will Go On,” to Miley’s “We Can’t Stop,” have a special way of making Top 40 songs sound  magical, old-timey, and snazzy as all get out. And this cover of “Seven Nation Army” is obviously no different.

This New Orleans, jazzy take on the alt-rock fave is slowed down, a little gritty, a little sorrowful, but totally moldering, particularly when the music swells and singer Haley Reinhart really wails. That driving piano, the muted horns — yes, yes, one thousand times yes! We think Jack and Meg White would totally approve.

Keep the tunes coming, PMJ!

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