Just a few weeks after they told us that they don't usually perform in Hebrew, The Portnoy Brothers (Mendy and Sruly Portnoy) are back with an all new Hebrew song in honor of Yom Yerushalayim, appropiately entitled "Love Song For Jerusalem". The song, a cover of the famed Naomi Shemer song "Yerushalayim Shel Zahav", has already gone viral, with 30,000 views on Facebook less than twenty-four hours after it was released. But that's to be expected, as The Portnoy Brothers are no stranger to the Jewish music scene - they released their debut single "Kol Haolam" way back in 2012, their debut album Learn2Love received much acclaim in the Jewish music world for its originality, they've been featured alongside British electronic music group "Cardboard Foxes", and on top of all that they've dropped one of the most amazing covers I've heard to the hit Dire Straights song "Brothers In Arms".
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