Im sure you’ve heard of the viral Youtube sensation that is Postmodern Jukebox. They are well known for taking the hits of today and giving them a full on vintage styled makeover.
It all started as a bedroom project for US Jazz pianist called Scott Bradlee and has now gained over 650 Million youtube views.
The group was pleased to announce to us that they are now releasing their major label debut album called The Essentials ( released by Decca/Concord) in the UK on April 6th alongside this will be an exiting run of live shows, kicking off in sunny Bournemouth on Feb 27th and culminating in 2 nights at London’s Hammersmith Apollo on March 23rd & 24th.
The album will be a great introduction to the world of PMJ or a great release for all those in love with the youtube sensation.It will include eighteen tracks including favourites such as; Seven Nation Army, Hey Ya, All About The Bass and My Heart Will Go On.
Bradlee writes “It’s my hope that this collection will lead you to discover a world of nostalgia for the music of the past – regardless of where you were born – and welcome you warmly into our community of amazing live performers, creative artists, and music lovers that are dedicated to keeping #RealMusic alive.”
They look forward to seeing you at one of these excellent tour dates:
Monday 27th February – 02 Academy Bournemouth
Tuesday 28th February – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
Wednesday 1st March – Brighton Dome
Friday 3rd March – 02 Apollo Manchester
Sunday 5th March – Waterfront Hall, Belfast
Monday 6th March – Vicar Street, Dublin
Tuesday 7th March – Vicar Street, Dublin
Thursday 9th March – Newcastle City Hall
Wednesday 10th March – Sheffield City Hall
Thursday 11th March – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Friday 12th March – Liverpool Philharmonic
Tuesday 14th March – 02 Academy Leeds
Wednesday 15th March – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
Friday 17th March – 02 Academy Birmingham
Saturday 18th March – Plymouth Pavilions
Monday 20th March – Colston Hall, Bristol
Thursday 23rd March – Eventim-Apollo, London
Friday 24th March – Eventim-Apollo, London
Look out for our future reviews of PMJ !!!!