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Hot on the heels of their smash hit jazz cover of Metallica's "Nothing Else Matters," Postmodern Jukebox is back with another genre-swapping, time-hopping cover of a 90s classic to delight the internet. This time, they tackled No Doubt's 1995 favorite "Spiderwebs" in a swinging 1940s jazz style that fits it shockingly well. In place of Gwen Stefani, they had vocals provided by The Voice finalist Belle Jewel. Once you start listening, you'll immediately be transported back to both your own childhood and your grandparents'.

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These musical magicians always knock it out of the park. But when are we going to get a They Might Be Giants cover?