There are rock bands and then there’s Rock Band. Not the video game series but instead an installation created by artist Neil Mendoza.
It takes the idea of rock music to its logical conclusion because it uses actual rocks, which are thrown through the air, to make music in this instance a cover of The Beatles ‘Here Comes the Sun.’
This is the Phil Mitchell cover of ‘Another One Bites the Dust’ that you never knew you needed, but you’ll be glad it’s now in your life.
And it’s all set to a visual compilation of Phil Mitchell downing various forms of alcohol—a compilation that is sure to inspire sobriety in all who see it.
You’ve not seen anything until you’ve seen a bunch of animals bark and scream their way through a cover version of Linkin Park’s ‘Numb.’
It comes to the internet thanks to the clever editing and insane mind of YouTube user Insane Cherry. Linkin Park have never sounded so good.
Walk Off the Earth, a band from Ontario, Canada perform what is so far the best cover of Adele’s “Hello.”
Bringing onboard their professional tap dancer buddies, Myles Erlick and Isaac Lupien, they gather in a garage to perform an awesomely unique version of the mega hit.
We’ve all got fond memories of the Sesame Street theme song, so why not cover it if you’re a rock band?
And to add to their rock star cred, they mix Sesame Street with the Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations” for a very appealing mashup.
Check the hell out of Rob Scallon covering War Ensemble by Slayer—on a goddamn Ukule no less.
And it comes, as the title indicates, complete with all the solos too and a very entertaining video with Rob headbanging along like he means it.
If you can remember the 80s then you probably were there, and you probably remember George Michael’s mega hit with Wham “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go”.
A song all about having the decency to say goodbye to your one night stand before you hit the walk of shame (or something like that). And this Pomplamoose cover is as fantastic as you’d expect from the Californian musicians and internet favs.
All hail Mikey Bolts, he will earn your instant respect with his phenomenal rendition of Pharrell’s track Happy.
In what must surely be the best cover version of any song in the world ever, Bolts mimics Stewie, Peter, even Herbert the Pervert gets to lay down some lyrics. Superb.