We reserve the right to play new Julien in the near future, but for now this was too cool not to play.
It's important to find pandemic activities with your parter.
This could have been a lot worse.
Apparently Weird Al covered a bazillion songs on his last tour. True covers, not parodies. A lot of the ones I listened to were pretty straightforward, so I don't know that he added or took away much from the songs. But still. It's Weird Al!
Anyway, you can check it out the whole list - 4+ hours of covers! - here:
And I suppose it's worth making note of this particular TMBG cover:
I'm late to the Bridgers train, but I'm riding the rails now.
Here's a familiar song from a familiar face.
No, this is not a rickroll.
Stay safe this weekend, citizens!
2 Jan 1982
The Beths play some old ones, some new ones, and drop a sly cover in there.
Here's Stevie with some talk box action to get you over the hump (you know, if days are still a concept to you).
Apologies for the watermark, but this is definitely the best version of this video.