14 Postal Service Covers To Hold You Over Until The Reunion Tour

There have been a lot covers of Postal Service songs since their only album, Give Up, came out 10 years ago. Some are great, some are…not so great.

1. Iron And Wine’s quiet acoustic cover of “Such Great Heights”

2. Confide’s screamo cover of “Such Great Heights”

3. Miel’s incredibly gorgeous take on “The District Sleeps Alone Tonight”

4. The Shins’ jangly acoustic cover of “We Will Become Silhouettes”

5. This version of “Recycled Air” performed in a backyard for an audience of little kids

6. Streetlight Manifesto’s full-horn section ska cover of “Such Great Heights”

7. Ben Folds’ Ben Folds-y cover of “Such Great Heights”

8. This girl with a knit hat’s version of “Clark Gable,” with a special cameo by her dog

9. Frank Turner’s stripped-down cover of “The District Sleeps Alone Tonight”

Also, his full-band cover of “District Sleeps Alone Tonight”

10. The Section Quartet’s string version of “Such Great Heights”

11. Here’s a piano instrumental version of “This Place Is A Prison”

12. Birdy’s melancholy piano cover of “District Sleeps Alone Tonight”

13. Firebrand Boy’s chiptune cover of “Such Great Heights”

14. And Owl City’s “Fireflies,” which I didn’t know WASN’T a Postal Service cover until just now (You don’t have to listen to this one).

This is not technically a cover since he wrote the song, but here’s Ben Gibbard doing a solo acoustic version of “We Will Become Silhouettes”

Also, not really a cover, but here’s Kid Cudi’s “Man On The Moon” mashed up with “Such Great Heights”

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