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Walk Off The Earth Performs ‘All Time Low’

Shelby Chau / March 4, 2017

Walk Off The Earth is back with this awesome cover, this time performing the song, All Time Low. This is exciting to see, as the cover band from Burlington, Ontario just released their super catchy cover of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’, which has received over 2.2 million views, only two weeks ago.

 

 

This latest cover video was published on March 1st and currently has over 330,000 views and is sure to be another viral hit. In this arrangement, we don’t see any BoomWhackers that we’re used to seeing, but we see a string of shells, and we see the band all join hands in playing a single guitar together. In fact this should look familiar. Walk Off The Earth is actually in the exact same formation they were in their first viral video that made them so popular, covering Gotye’s ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ which came out five years ago.

 

And if you’re wondering what that thing is that they put on the guitar, it’s the ACPAD and it’s awesome! It’s a wireless MIDI controller specifically designed for acoustic guitars that lets you play thousands of instruments, samples and other effects with its touch pads.

 

With the ACPAD, you can basically program any sounds and instruments and play them with touch pads, and the possibilities for performances are endless. It’ll be so exciting to see what else Walk Off The Earth can do with it, so here’s to hoping for more cover videos with this cool new gadget.

 

 

They’re currently being sold for € 449 on their website.

 

To see the similarity of this new video with the one from five years ago, you can check out their cover of Gotye’s ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’.

 

 

The original song, ‘All Time Low’ was released back on May 13, 2016 by singer Jon Bellion, but it hasn’t been at an all time low at all. The song has peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, is currently sitting at No. 26, and has been on the charts for 20 weeks.