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“Don’t Stop Believing” Is Even Better as a Lounge Jazz Anthem

“Don’t Stop Believing” Is Even Better as a Lounge Jazz Anthem

Thirty six years ago, Journey released “Don’t Stop Believin’,” which has proven to be one of the most enduring anthems in the band’s catalog. Even before The Sopranos cut to black, “Don’t Stop Believin'” was frequently played and fondly remembered. Now it’s time for Postmodern Jukebox to unveil their take on this classic song, and this cover is going big. And we mean big! Because this is a full blown music video production, and Postmodern Jukebox invited a few friends to sing along and dance the night away.

This is the first time that Postmodern Jukebox has attempted a music video on this scale, and director Abraham Roofeh uses a single take that follows the singers and dancers around a wild throwback party. Sara Niemietz and Rayvon Owen are the first two featured vocalists in this video, as they seemed to assume the roles of “a small town girl” and  “a city boy, born and raised in South Detroit.” Thia Megia and Blake Lewis also joined in as both vocalists and other members of the staff who navigate their way through the mansion.

Journey doesn’t have an official music video for “Don’t Stop Believin’,” but this feels like a fitting tribute.

What do you think about Postmodern Jukebox’s latest cover? Hold on to that feeling until you get to the comment section below!

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