By Samantha Grossman
May 21, 2015

The ’90s pop tune “Lovefool” is likely to get stuck in your head at really random times because it’s so damn catchy — but this vintage jazz cover might actually be better. It comes to us from Postmodern Jukebox, who recently gave us a Grease-style makeover of a Taylor Swift tune and a 1920s jazz rendition of a Coolio song.

This retro spin on “Lovefool” features vocalist Haley Reinhart accompanied by a full band, including a harp, trumpet, sax and trombone. The original version by the Cardigans is a 1990s staple — but this version really sounds like it could have been a 1940s classic.

Oh, and yeah: now “Lovefool” will be in your head for the rest of the week. Sorry.

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