One of Canada's most famous cover bands has incorporated both their unique artistic abilities, their friendships with other talented artists, and ZOOM (the online meeting platform) for an fabulous cover of Dua Lipa'a song "Don't Start Now".

The group, which first gained notoriety back about a decade ago for their rendition of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know" using five people on one guitar, has up until Covid-19 hit, had a very robust touring schedule and social media presence. They've even come to Maine the last couple of years.

But with the touring aspect gone from their immediate agenda, the band has turned it's attention, once again, to what has become their wheelhouse--creating super-cool online content and videos. Pooling their creative talents together, and harnessing the power of Zoom, they have found a way, despite social distancing, to come together for this really neat cover.

If you liked this, check out some of their other offerings. (This ought to keep you occupied for a while. You're welcome.)

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