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5 Best Covers of Avicii ‘Wake Me Up’ on Birthday of Song

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Hey guys, in this article, we are presenting you the Best Covers of Avicii ‘Wake Me Up’ on the Birthday of Song. Avicii‘Wake Me Up’ is one of the greatest hits of all time in electronic music. Even today the melody ‘Wake Me Up’ is stuck in our heads and forcing us to dance on this iconic track. ‘Wake Me Up’ was one the biggest and successful tracks of Avicii’s career.

On June 17, 2013, Avicii released his track ‘Wake Me Up’, and now the track turn 7 years old. The singer of this song was Aloe Blacc and the song was co-written by Mike Einzinger.

Avicii’s drop melodies were very catchy that’s why everyone still enjoying it. Most of his songs from ‘Levels‘ to ‘The Nights‘ and ‘Hey Brother‘ gained popularity and burst all the charts.

Since Tim Bergling passed over 2 years ago, but his music is always been alive and gives joyful moments to his fans and music lovers. That’s why today we share the 5 best covers of Avicii – Wake Me Up you must listen on track’s 7th birthday to relive Avicii’s music.

1 – Madilyn Bailey – Wake Me Up

Madilyn Bailey was done a great job here on her vocals. If you’re not an EDM kind of listener or sometimes you feel you need to take a break from dance music and listen to other genres.

So, this is the best cover of Wake Me Up because the lyrics of Wake Me Up are full of emotions and everyone loves the lyrics of this song. When Madilyn Bailey sings lyrics with her melodious voice on piano chords that are just the perfect combination for the soothing vibe.

2 – Kurt Hugo Schneider – Wake Me Up (Acoustic Version)

Kurt Hugo Schneider is always appreciated for his recreations or covers and this time he brings the Acoustic Version of Wake me up. From piano melody or chords to violin tunes the music of this cover feels way different and peaceful. Emma Heesters and Jackie’s Boy sings perfectly together. The violin was played by Gabriel Wheaton.

3 – Cole Rolland – Wake Me Up (Electric Guitar)

Cole Rolland gives the tribute to Avicii and Avicii one of the first electronic artists that Cole Rolland did a guitar cover of. Most of the time when we listen to Electric guitar cover of any famous song we feel that the song misses its originality and emotions but it’s now happened in this case Cole did a fantastic job on guitar and when the drops come the guitar fills more energy on top of the synths.

4 – J.Fla – Wake Me Up

J.Fla is an extremely talented singer and the way she composes music we all love her singing style and this makes her different from all other cover singers and artists. Usually, we expect from the cover song that the song gives a similar flow and vibe but in J.Fla’s cover songs there is totally different style of flow or singing we listen. The drop of the song still works as a bridge to connect the listener with the original song of Wake Me Up.

5 – Avicii Tribute Concert – Wake Me Up (Live Vocals by Aloe Blacc)

Technically, this live performance is not counted as a cover song of Wake Me Up but actually, Aloe Blacc is the original singer of this iconic track and he is performing live on Avicii Tribute Concert. I recommend watching this live performance and you definitely feel goosebumps and tears in your eyes. Live performances are always emotional and when a huge crowd sings together a song trust me that moment feels majestical.

So, enjoy the covers and listen to Avicii’s music because music is always alive and every artist has a dream that their music stays forever. Rest In Peace Avicii (1989 – 2018).