I've never seen that Lorde girl in the flesh
I cut my teeth on pop music on Spotify
And I'm not proud of my email address
In the torn up web, no gmail envy
But every song's like:
Blogging in the bathroom
Blogging in the hotel room
We don't care, we're listening to this clown in our dreams.
Well, unless you've been living in a cave, you've probably heard 16-year-old wunderkind Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor, more famously known by her stage name Lorde, singing her smash hit song Royals.
There's no doubt that Lorde has a golden voice, but this clown ain't bad. And when we say clown, we don't mean it as a put down. We actually mean clown: meet Puddles the Clown, a seven-foot-tall sad clown that sure can sing. In this clip above, Puddles sings with Scott Bradlee of pop music band Postmodern Jukebox in the 1970s piano ballad cover version of Royals.
Previously on Neatorama: 7 Fantastic Covers of Daft Punk's Get Lucky (also featuring Postmodern Jukebox)