Sweet Dreams Are... Made Of This?

Tuneful rendition by orchestra of electronic devices      27/09/21

Cover versions of classic synth songs are commonplace, but how about one played by a group of otherwise non-musical electronic devices? Here we have exactly that, the Device Orchestra playing the Eurythmics classic 'Sweet Dreams' - consisting of goggly eyed band members, made up from an Iron, some credit card machines, an electric toothbrush, a printer and more. It's not the first of it's kind, who could forget the Floppotron?


The group have their own Spotify page as well as a patreon account to support their electronic serenades. There truly are never enough googly eyes. More videos on their youtube channel

 

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