SCOTT Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox back up the February 12 release of their first live album, The New Classics, with a February and March tour that pops into York Barbican on Thursday (March 8).

Bradlee's pop-jazz band have built up a following via their music videos on YouTube and Facebook, and now British audiences can enjoy Bradlee’s trademark vintage twist on modern pop hits with his rotating cast of singers in York.

Bradlee's “anything can, and will, happen” vibe is captured on The New Classics, where he reimagines the grunge rock of Soundgarden’s Black Hole Sun, the feud-fuelling pop of Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood, the Eighties' balladry of Cyndi Lauper’s Time After Time and the disco defiance of Gloria Gaynor I Will Survive, each given a time-warping twist.

"It’s one thing to be in your living room and making videos, but to interact with both the cast and the audience really makes our music come to life," says pianist and arranger Bradlee.

"Our first live album is not only representative of our work, but it’s completely unique in the sense that if you’re new to Postmodern Jukebox, you’ll love it for exposing you to an amazing new universe, and if you’ve been part of our community for years, you’ll relive that night when you first saw us."

Tickets for March 8's 7.30pm concert are on sale on 0844 854 2757 or at The New Classics is available on Concord Records/ Postmodern Jukebox Records.