Depeche Mode meets 1920's Jazz

Depeche Mode meets 1920's Jazz

What would have happened if Depeche Mode had released their famous song "Enjoy the Silence" in the 1920s? Artist Syos Chloe Feoranzo and Postmodern Jukebox offer an interesting insight :)

Today I wanted to share with you this video I really like. It's a 1920's Jazz version of the famous Depeche Mode's song "Enjoy the Silence", By Postmodern Jukebox and Chloe Feoranzo.

Postmodern Jukebox is a collective that makes jazz cover of famous pop and rock songs. They are followed by millions of people on Youtube and they are touring all over the world. By the way, in only two weeks this new video already reached 463k views!

I met Chloe when I was in New Orleans in 2020, just before Covid. We actually ran the Syos booth at JEN together. She is so talented! And she plays clarinet as well as she sings! I hope you will enjoy this video as much as I do!

And Chloe is actually not the first Syos artist to play with Postmodern Jukebox. We already saw Eddie Rich, Eric Croissant and Andrew Cox play with PMJ on tours and in the videos.

Chloe plays her own Syos signature mouthpiece on clarinet. Have a look!