Florence + The Machine teased a new cover version of Without a doubtis “Just a girl” from yellow jackets season two.
Taking to social media yesterday (March 6), singer Florence Welch shared a brief video of herself looking through a rack of backstage tour outfits. The singer eventually finds a blue and yellow biker jacket with the yellow jackets logo printed on the back.
Welch then puts the item over her dress and turns to face the camera. “So happy to have been chosen for the team this year 🩸,” she captioned the clip, which is accompanied by a raucous rendition of No Doubt’s 1995 single “Just A Girl.”
A response from the official yellow jackets The Instagram account reads, “We’re one hell of a team.” Check out the post here:
“Just A Girl” appears on No Doubt’s third studio album “Tragic Kingdom”. The anthem of power sees Gwen Stefani sing about how young women in the 90s were treated differently than men.
An official synopsis for yellow jackets described the show as “equal parts survival epic, psychological horror story and coming-of-age drama,” adding, “yellow jackets is the saga of a team of extremely talented high school soccer players who become the (un)lucky survivors of a plane crash deep in the northern wilderness.
“The series chronicles their descent from a complicated but thriving team to savage clans, while following the lives they tried to piece together nearly 25 years later, proving that the past is never truly past and that this that began in the desert is far from over.”
The second season of yellow jackets is set to premiere March 24 on streaming and on-demand for Showtime subscribers. It will feature Citizen Detective Walter, played by Elijah Wood.
In a recent trailer, Wood’s character can be seen alongside Christina Ricci’s Misty. “Kidnapping, cults, death. Your friendships are a little more complicated than most,” he tells her.
Series creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson, meanwhile, have also promised answers. In yellow jackets‘ upcoming second season.