This may just be the cover of all covers.
While these young men have the vocals to do a rendition of a popular track, they prefer to do things in a non-traditional way—like blowing on beer bottles instead of singing!
The Bottle Boys have been covering classic hits by using bottles as make-shift instruments for some time now, and their latest release is a rendition of a timeless jam from the man himself, Michael Jackson. These five guys from Denmark took on "Billie Jean."
"Hi everybody! Once again it is time for BOTTLE MONDAY (last monday of the month) which means, that a new video is released! We are so excited for this one, because we simply just LOVE Michael Jackson," the group wrote on YouTube.
"Billie Jean is a really great song and it is perfect for trying out our new technique: double bottle playing. The dentists don't recommend this we can assure! ;-D Nerdtalk: We decided to make the video in a church because of the nice reverb. For recording we used two Neumann km184 stereo mics with Apogee Duet :-)."
If their faces look familiar, it's because you may have seen them on the telly.
The Bottle Boys appeared on Britain's Got Talent last year with bottles in hand and performed LMFAO's "Party Rock" for the judges. Unfortunately, their talent didn't impress Simon Cowell, but it did impress the three other judges. They've also starred in a Pepsi commercial playing a Bruno Mars hit in anticipation of his big Super Bowl halftime show.
What do you think of their "Billie Jean" cover? Sound off in the comments!