Listen to Portugal. The Man Cover Len's Iconic "Steal My Sunshine"

The cover is a collaboration with Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy
Listen to Portugal. The Man Cover Len's Iconic 'Steal My Sunshine'
If you're going to be one-hit wonders, that hit better stand the test of time. Luckily for Canadian icons Len (and for us) their 1999 single "Steal My Sunshine" still resonates to this day, a fact proven once again by Portugal. The Man's newly released cover of the timeless bop. 

The cover is a collaboration with Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy, and while it's a solid, faithful take, it sort of feels like an exercise in futility to cover a song that nailed the vibe so precisely the first time around. 

Along with "Steal My Sunshine," Portugal. The Man also shared a cover of the Eel's 1996 single "Novocaine for the Soul," featuring alt-pop singer Sir Chloe. 

These covers aren't exactly coming out of nowhere — Portugal. The Man are gearing up to head on tour with Alt-J, where Cherry Glazerr and Sir Chloe will be trading off as openers. They'll be making stops in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. 

Check out their covers of "Steal My Sunshine" and "Novocaine for the Soul" below.