Their similar video reacting to Dolly Parton's "Jolene" took on lesser meme status, with Parton herself tweeting about it August 7, writing, "No point in begging..."
Fred and Tim Williams host the Twinsthenewtrend YouTube channel, which shows them listening to songs they have never heard. "What's this about?" Tim wondered aloud during the long instrumental intro.
Music fans might have been alarmed when Phil Collins was trending on Twitter early this morning.
In the online video, uploaded in September 2019, Tim says he'd in no way heard of Sinatra. "I could see somebody walking down to the ring to this", Tim said when the chorus came in. Now when I wake up I swear my life feel like a dream.
He added: "I gotta download this to my phone".
"It appears like a rain entrance or one thing", Tim says. "You got me on that". Their endearing reaction - dropped jaws, smiling in disbelief when the drum solo drops - seems to have revived the song's popularity. "I'm scared. I can't look at him, man", jokes Fred.
"That song was cool".
The video (embedded below) has amassed almost four million views on YouTube since first being upload on July 27 and features the twin brothers reacting to hearing "In The Air Tonight" for the first time.
Phil Collins" "In the Air Tonight' single cover.
Another tweeter included: "These folks responding to Phil Collins is all that I expected to see at present". The two hit pause on the Genesis drummer's song and share their (amazed) thoughts with big smiles on their faces. The video sees the twins cooly vibin to the slow-burning track, blissfully unaware of the earth-shattering drum solo that kicks in at the 04.56 mark.
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