With Walk Off The Earth’s monster viral video for Somebody I Used To Know, there is much anticipation and high expectation for this album, R.E.V.O.. An acronym for the band’s motto for “Realize Every Victory Outright” (take that, YOLO), R.E.V.O. features songs that we know like the Gotye track and original songs by the band too. If you had any doubt about the talent of this Canadian indie band, take it up with their 1.1 million YouTube subscribers. This band has a massive following and definitely worth checking out if you haven’t already. Listen to R.E.V.O. here before it drops March 19!
Best Tracks: Somebody That I Used To Know, Gang Of Rhythm, REVO
Walk Off The Earth may have rocketed to the top of YouTube’s view list with their covers of Gotye’s Somebody That I Used to Know and Taylor Swift’s I Knew You Were Trouble, but the Burlington, Ontario band are proving they have no problem making a big statement with their original music as well.
The five-piece band has released a music video for their latest single Red Hands, showcasing their creativity and ability to do big things with a small budget. Employing some forwards/backwards performing, a few pounds of glitter and a lot of coordination, Walk Off The Earth have matched the high energy and emotion of their song with their can’t-look-away video.
Check out Walk Off The Earth with Red Hands below.
You might know them for covering one of this year’s most famous tracks (we’re not even going to mention the name of it), but here’s a new original video from Walk Off The Earth right here. Gang of Rhythm is great, uplifting, and catchy. The video is also just as fun – but the funniest part is how they mesh different aspects of jail-time like their railroad chain-gang, their “Western” deputy on the chase (in a car), a Notebook-era car. Luckily the continuity issues do not distract me from enjoying the video wholeheartedly.
Watch the video below and tell us what you think in the comments section!