Cover Of Radiohead's "Creep" Is Mandatory Listening. Trust Us.

Amna Shoaib
Haley Reinhart's haunting, vintage rendition of Radiohead's "Creep" should be on loop.

Do you all know that nagging, dull Sunday evening feel? It's the emptiness in the pit of your stomach you get when all that is beautiful and liberating seems to be coming to an end. We know what song you should be listening to this Sunday when you feel that way.

It is a cover of Radiohead's "Creep," the product of the magical, divine collaboration between Postmodern Jukebox and Haley Reinhart. Scott Bradlee and Reinhart add a glorious, vintage touch to the song, and if the song could have been made any more spectacular than it already was, they succeed at it. The song was also apparently done in a single take, as Postmodern Jukebox posted to Facebook:

"One of the highlights of our recent European tour was Haley Reinhart’s masterful interpretation of our vintage arrangement of Radiohead’s “Creep” (originally performed on this channel by the amazing Karen Marie). I enjoyed it so much that I brought Haley into a studio in Zurich on our day off to record it. If you haven’t heard Haley sing this before, get ready for a truly remarkable performance. Oh yeah – and this was the very first take."