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Bandom Shake: All Time Low, Pierce The Veil, Of Mice & Men & Sleeping With Sirens Do The Harlem Shake

By  March 4, 2013

What happens in Australia, stays in Australia.

Well apparently that isn’t the case because Soundwave fever has obviously hit an all-time high for All Time Low, Of Mice & Men, Pierce The Veil and Sleeping With Sirens. I mean what could’ve possibly possessed them to engage in the activity (endorsed by a certain local “celebrity” YouTuber turned radio DJ who definitely shouldn’t be giving out M&G passes for a band the “official radio station” barely plays) that’s currently sweeping the Earth for no clear reason? Still, one that’s full of our favourite band members  beats any other overly-thought attempts, no matter the size.

But what’s up with the whole Harlem Shake thing anyway? First the You Me At Six lot and now this bunch. I’m pretty sure that Dammit cover was worth much more attention (and hilarity due to Austin Carlile’s brand new albeit earnest lyrical contribution).

It isn’t exactly a huge deal is it? It’s basically a dance (sort of ) where folks go crazy at that specific bit of the song and let’s be honest guys, take ANY of the bands above and this mere fad is just one of the many tips of the iceberg of tour mischief which barely includes nudity.

Still, Vic Fuentes perfecting the art of self-massage, papa Kellin Quinn shaking his head disdainfully in obvious disapproval and Jack Barakat, for once, getting outshined by Tony Perry who’s doing naughty things to his guitar, all in one 40-second video, is surely worth the look.


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