Singers Cover Ed Sheeran Hit, Use Pipes & Pebbles To Create Unbelievably Creative Music Video.

Any time we hear that the band Walk off the Earth has come out with a new song we rush to our phones and computers to hear what they’ve come up with. Walk off the Earth first rose to viral fame in 2012 with their cover of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” which featured 5 people playing on one guitar. Since then, they’ve produced cover after cover, each one more creative than the last!


Remember the time they crafted a giant pole of kazoos for a cover of The Chainsmokers’ “Closer?” It was the best “Closer” we’d ever heard! How about the time they covered Adele’s hit single “Hello” using a surfboard, tap shoes, and sound hoses? They find music in the most unusual and unexpected places!

For this cover, Walk off the Earth utilizes sound hoses, kazoos, pebbles, party streamers, spoons… they even use the sound of a jack-in-the-box popping open at one point! It all comes together to make for an amazing cover that you can barely believe was recorded live with no editing.

Not only do they use creative “instruments” to make this cover unique, they also mash up the song with two classic 90’s hits, “No Diggity” and “No Scrubs.” The mashup is seamless!

But the most epic part has to be 3 minutes in when a seemingly random guy walks down the stairs holding popcorn and kicks two cymbals on the walls. But he doesn’t just kick them… you have to watch the video to see what I mean.

Check out the awesome cover below and share!

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