American Idol season 11 semifinalist Brielle Von Hugel and Postmodern Jukebox have teamed up again, this time for a “reboxed” version of John Legend’s “All of Me” in one of the group’s recent videos.
The latest version of “All of Me” retains the original arrangement the group performed with Kiah Victoria, but added the harmonies of Kenton Chen and Matt Bloyd, with Todd Schroeder on piano, according to Postmodern Jukebox leader Scott Bradlee.
“Brielle’s natural storytelling ability and great use of dynamics is on display here, drawing the listener in with another compelling performance,” Bradlee wrote on the group’s Website.
Von Hugel, a 21-year-old Staten Island native, made her PMJ debut earlier this March with a “New Orleans-Dirge-style” remake of Selena Gomez’s “Same Old Love”. She has since inked a record deal with F.R.E.E.D.O.M. Records, in collaboration with TE Music Group. The singer is set to release an EP later this year. The record will include the single, “Stronger (Growing Pains)”, featuring B.o.B.
Von Hugel comes from a musical family. Her father is a doo-wop vocalist who sang lead for the Duprees.
She competed on Idol when she was just 17; fans can visit her YouTube channel to sample her covers, including a classy take on “Hello” by Adele.