Take a virtual trip to Paris, France with this transportive cover version of the cheeky love song Assedic by Les Escrocs, performed flawlessly by Pomplamoose. Singer Nataly Dawn spent her childhood in France and Belgium, so she seems right at home with this one. You have to read the translated lyrics on YouTube.
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“There are times when all the world’s asleep. The questions run too deep.” Supertramp’s 1979 track The Logical Song is loaded with thoughtful poetry and brilliant instrumentation. While we don’t know if anyone will ever top the original, Pomplamoose have definitely assembled an excellent cover of the track.
Occasionally we ask ourselves if we’ve posted too much from Pomplamoose, but then can you really have too much of a good thing? Crank up your headphones and enjoy a mid-day serenade from Nataly Dawn and company as they absolutely crush a cover of the Daft Punk and Julian Casablancas track Instant Crush.
Pomplamoose mashes up three very different tracks into one, combining Sheryl Crow’s “Soak Up The Sun,” Sugar Ray’s “Every Morning,” and OMC’s “How Bizarre.” The marriage of these three strange musical bedfellows was the brainchild of guitarist Brian Green and backing vocalist Erin Bentlage, and it worked out brilliantly.
Not everyone knows this, but Naked Eyes’ 1983 hit Always Something There to Remind Me was a cover of a 1960s Burt Bacharach + Hal David tune, sung by Dionne Warwick. Now Pomplamoose is here to give the track their own unique spin, with an electro-beatnik vibe, and the warm, enveloping vocals of Nataly Dawn.
What happens when your Lovely Day is Good as Hell? We imagine it sounds something like this excellent musical mashup by the guys from Pomplamoose, who managed to seamlessly combine the Bill Withers classic with Lizzo’s 2019 pop megahit into one delightfully upbeat tune.
You know, it’s basically impossible to listen to a Pomplamoose performance without it bringing a smile to your face. We were certainly grinning here as we listened to their bright and cheerful cover of Mr. Blue Sky that both nods to Electric Light Orchestra, and makes it their own.
The consistently entertaining and enthralling Pomplamoose presents a fun recording that seamlessly blends Smash Mouth’s unkillable hit All Star with the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ tracks Can’t Stop and Californication. That opening bass riff is still one of the best ever.
Celebrate Halloween with this funky and upbeat mashup from Pomplamoose and guest vocalist Tessa Violet, seamlessly melding bits of Thriller, Ghostbusters, and Monster Mash, along with the slightly less holiday-appropriate theme from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Poker Face.
The guys from Pomplamoose are back with another great mashup, this time combining Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean, Justin Timberlake’s Can’t Stop the Feeling, and The Weeknd’s Can’t Feel My Face into a single seamless track. It’s basically the live equivalent of a dance mix.
Pomplamoose continues to infect our ears with joy with yet another awesome performance, mashing up Jamiroquai’s Virtual Insanity and The Bee Gees’ Stayin’ Alive. If you don’t want to get up and dance to this right now, we don’t know what’s wrong with you.
A cool take on the 1964 Gloria Jones track Tainted Love – later made famous by Soft Cell, with a smooth and jazzy vibe from vocalist Nataly Dawn, and the production chops of Jack Conte, who expanded the duo of Pomplamoose to a full band for this live performance.