Watch Jeremy Jordan and Eva Noblezada sing 'For Her/My Green Light' from “The Great Gatsby” musical

Get your first listen of the "Gatsby" musical, old sport.

Are you ready to be borne back ceaselessly into the past?

Jeremy Jordan (Newsies) and Eva Noblezada (Hadestown) are ready to be your boats against the current, starring as Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan in the new Broadway-bound The Great Gatsby musical. EW has your exclusive first listen to the show, with a music video for Jordan's rendition of "For Her" and the couple's duet on "My Green Light."

<p>Matthew Murphy</p> Jeremy Jordan and Eva Noblezada in 'Great Gatsby' on Broadway

Matthew Murphy

Jeremy Jordan and Eva Noblezada in 'Great Gatsby' on Broadway

Fans of the novel (and anyone who read the book in junior year English) will recall that the green light at the end of the dock is Gatsby's metaphor for his love for Daisy and his constant pull toward her and her extravagant lifestyle.

The music video finds Jordan and Noblezada in costume as their characters, wandering the halls of their Long Island mansions and eventually coming together on a staircase before taking to the dance floor of a ballroom together.

"If I save you, will you save me too?" they sing to each other.

<p>Jeremy Daniel</p>

Jeremy Daniel

Following a sold out run at the Paper Mill Playhouse last fall, The Great Gatsby begins performances on Broadway on March 29 before an official opening on April 25 at the Broadway Theatre.

Based on the book by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Jazz Age story follows the titular Jay Gatsby, a self-made millionaire who has crafted his entire life to chase the girls of his dreams, Daisy Buchanan. Even if she is married to another.

<p>Jeremy Daniel</p> Jeremy Jordan and Eva Noblezada in 'The Great Gatsby'

Jeremy Daniel

Jeremy Jordan and Eva Noblezada in 'The Great Gatsby'

The new musical features a book by Kait Kerrigan, with Paradise Square composers Jason Howland and Nathan Tysen writing the music and lyrics respectively. Marc Bruni (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical) will direct with choreography by Dominique Kelley.

Watch the video above for more.

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