Aug 272010

This past Tuesday, French trio Revolver’s Music for a While dropped stateside. To promote the release, the band released a video of them singing the Mills Brothers’ 1930s jazz standard “Nevertheless (I’m in Love With You).” Calling it pretty doesn’t do it justice; calling it utterly gorgeous merely states the obvious.

You may never have heard of Revolver. You may never have heard of the Mills Brothers either. Doesn’t matter. You’ve just got to hear this. Recorded in a warehouse, the group’s tricky harmonies require nothing more than a quietly strummed guitar to soar. (via Filter)

Revolver – Nevertheless (I’m in Love With You) (Mills Brothers cover)

Check out more Revolver at their website or MySpace. Music for a While is in stores now.

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  1. […] Their breathtaking Music for a While showcased the Parisian trio’s strong melodic instincts and the cover we watched them sing last August delivered their strongest harmonies to date. Well, today’s premiere combines both strengths. […]

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