The Academy Is..., This Providence Cover Jimmy Eat World's 'A Sunday'

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The Academy Is... and This Providence did a stellar version of Jimmy Eat World's "A Sunday." You can watch the YouTube video here:

The pop-rock acts stopped by the NK2 studio in Seattle last week when they decided to cover the popular track from Mesa's Jimmy Eat World's 1999 "Clarity" album. While the cover is practically spot on and a good one, it makes me miss the live version that I witnessed with New Times music editor Martin Cizmar during the band's last stop on their Clarity x 10 tour at the Marquee Theatre earlier this month. If you weren't one of the lucky ones at this killer show, check out the live track here:

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