Watch Postmodern Jukebox Put A '60s Spin On Bruno Mars' 'Grenade'

Now that's how you perform a cover.

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The kings and queens of covers are back at it again with an incredible performance. This time, music collective Postmodern Jukebox took on Bruno Mars' hit song "Grenade," but in true PMJ fashion, they gave it a vintage, 1960s spin. 

This go-round, Brielle Von Hugel, who has been featured in other PMJ videos and is famous for her performances on American Idol, took on lead vocals. 

"Bruno Mars' retro musical influences are well-documented — the album that "Grenade" appeared on is even titled Doo Wops and Hooligans — so it wasn't much of a stretch to convert a song like this to a vintage style,"  Scott Bradlee, creator of Postmodern Jukebox, said on their blog. "Brielle and backup vocalists Matt Bloyd and Kenton Chen bring a great sense of retro swagger to the lyrics, alternating between sweet harmonizing and powerful belting." 

Listen to it yourself by watching the video below: