Great Job, Internet!: The future of music is many kazoos at once

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Panic! At The Disco’s first single, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” came out over a decade ago, a prime example of glossy mid-aughts mall emo. MTV’s stranglehold on youth culture has long since been relinquished, and emo has now seeped out from this aesthetic to be a sort of all-encompassing mood within popular music. How might we hear the song with fresh ears, today, in 2017?

The answer, it turns out, is with many kazoos at once:

I Write Sins Not Tragedies 25 kazoo cover pic.twitter.com/W3zAxGZAbf

— Izzy Humair (@izzyhumair) July 14, 2017

Cool. That’s 25 kazoos connected to each other. Here they are shredding the 1954 Chordettes hit “Mr. Sandman”:

Mr. Sandman cover with 13 kazoos pic.twitter.com/qGdTq9VkXU

— Izzy Humair (@izzyhumair) July 12, 2017

And here’s some musical theater, if that’s your thing:

80 LINES OF VIRGIL 16 KAZOOS AND …