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You’ll never hear NSYNC the same after this surf-rock cover of ‘Bye Bye Bye’

We never want to say ‘Bye Bye Bye’ to PMJ.


Rae Votta


Paying homage to NSYNC is all the rage this week.

First, pop-punk bank Fall Out Boy filmed a continuation of the band’s iconic “It’s Gonna Be Me” video, and now YouTube darlings Postmodern Jukebox have taken on juggernaut “Bye Bye Bye” as a ’60s surf rock cover.

The track features Tara Louise on vocals in her debut PMJ performance. The group found her during a talent search it conducted via social media.

To help her in her first PMJ outing, the band also brought back some veteran talent. That’s right, our favorite tambourine guy, Tim Kubart—now a Grammy nominee for his kids music album—makes a boisterous appearance. He even brings in some new, NSYNC-inspired choreography and gets the rest of the band in on it.

If you’re hoping to catch a live version of this surf rock cover, Postmodern Jukebox are hitting the U.K. and Europe next on an international tour.

Screengrab via Postmodern Jukebox/YouTube

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