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SEKAI NO OWARI – “Hey Ho” MV

Neaux
Oct 01 2016

SEKAI NO OWARI march to the beat of early instruments with “Hey Ho.”

Xylophones, accordions, stand up bass and violins are atypical for SEKAI NO OWARI, but the band use these instruments in an early 20th century orchestral approach with “Hey Ho.” It’s a bit marching band and a bit irish jig sounding. I also think it’s very well produced and worthy of your five minutes.

You get realistic animal headed people, which are very realized, and the band looks sharp in their evening attire. Plus you can’t beat a good wolf headed line dance.

Hey Ho drops on 10.5.2016 at CDJapan.

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  • Sekai No Owari • Japan Technology News

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    […] band use these instruments in an early 20th century orchestral approach with “Hey Ho.” [8] SEKAI NO OWARI march to the beat of early instruments with “Hey Ho.” […]

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