Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Mashes “Call Me Maybe” with Annie Lennox

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The headline says it all really –– Vampire Weekend orchestrator Rostam Batmanglij has mashed Carly Rae Jepsen’s summer hit “Call Me Maybe” with Annie Lennox’s perennial jam “Walking on Broken Glass”. “This one is strictly for a lulz,” he says.

For one of his more serious songs, check out the Peter Gabriel-indebted solo single “Don’t Let It Get To You”:

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