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Want to know the secret to getting your video to reach over six million people in just a few days and go viral? Write a song about animal sounds.
Norwegian brothers Bård Ylvisåker and Vegard Ylvisåker, a.k.a. Ylvis, have become an internet phenomenon, becoming one of the biggest tracks to make its way through the internets at the moment.
There's no huge marketing campaign, ala Arcade Fire, behind this; there's just a song about the sounds our furry (and sometimes slimey) friends make: meows, woofs, and croaks... they're obvious. But did you know that horses use Morse Code? And that the fox says Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow?
This is utterly strange, but entirely infectious.
Check it out, now:
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